Operating Systems Solaris How to increase the size of rpool in Solaris 11? Post 303025234 by Peasant on Monday 29th of October 2018 03:25:56 AM
In that case, if you want a bootable old disk, you should have issued zpool split instead of detach, after mirroring.

There are couple of additional steps required to make that disk boot properly.

See documentation on My Oracle site.

Regards
Peasant.
 
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install-solaris - install the Solaris operating system SYNOPSIS
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