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Create a loop device backed by the file. dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/foo bs=1M count=128 losetup /dev/loop0 /tmp/foo zpool create tank /dev/loop0 (The minimum disk size of 128 MB.) Oops, didn't notice the Solaris tag. My instructions were for Linux. Instead of losetup you can use lofiadm under Solaris.
Simple situations are recoverable with oncheck command. But your situation and this kind of corruption there is noway how recover the data from the "null" . For that you need recover your archive + logical log backups. Then you will recover all data to last status before the crash. Do you have ? hm.... I'm pretty sure your thinking now is : ooopsss... ...
The version of ipf bundled with Solaris 11 is 4.1.9, which is old. To my very great consternation the official page at ANU has gone offline; does anyone what's happened? I don't know whether Oracle has been working on it themselves but Sun added it to opensolaris many years ago and it transferred across to S11, or at least that's how I remember it. Why not ...
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