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Edit the /etc/auto_master file and remove or comment out the /home entry. Then restart the autofs service. This should take /home out of the automounter. You can then use zfs create to create the local /home ZFS filesystem as you need it. For example, if you want /home on the "rpool" zfs pool, you could use "zfs create -o mountpoint=/home rpool/home" and then create your home directories inside that.
If you still want to use the automounter, then you will need to create a ZFS filesystem with a directory other than /home (we'll use /zfs/users in this example) and make auto_home entries pointing to dirs in /zfs/users:
Thank-You .. I will try it... will let you know if it works.