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Trying to create ZFS slice on rpool


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There is no s5 defined.

The slices numbers were already known from your first command:
Code:
* Partition  Tag  Flags    Sector     Count    Sector  Mount Directory
       0      4    00        256 230686720 230686975
       1     12    00  230686976    524288 231211263
       2     17    00  231211264 237629696 468840959
       8     11    00  468845568     16384 468861951

Column "partition" (actually slices) but the term is equivalent when referring to the vtoc.

Here is your hard disk layout:
Code:
+--+---+---+
   |   |   |
   |   | s0| 118 GB
   |   |   |
   |   +---+
   |   | s1| 268 MB
   | p1+---+
   |   |   |
   |   | s2| 121 GB
   |   |   |
 p0|   +---+
   |   | s8|   8 MB
   +---+---+
   | p2|       0 bytes
   +---+
   | p3|       0 bytes
   +---+
   | p4|       0 bytes
+--+---+


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Thanx, you are the man, Jilliagre!
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