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I just selected "Use Whole Disk" and letting ZFS take care of it. You may have to tweak your swap afterwards but that's just a couple of simple zfs commands.
thanks for the hint, I'm installing right now and checked the 'whole disk' setting.
Would you mind and let me know the ZFS commands to change the partitions, especially SWAP (4G) and '/u01/opt' with all remaining storage?
I wonder if the VBox guest additions in 4.1.4. will work with Solaris11 ...
Kind regards, Peter
In the installation you've done, all of the storage is allocated to a single ZFS pool. There's a swap volume within that pool that can be resized, and you can create additional datasets for installing 3rd-party software if necessary. In both cases, you'd use the zfs command to do those tasks.