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Just now, on ubuntu 16.04 I did sudo find /dev and then created a zvol, and then sudo find /dev again, and then created partitions, and then did a final sudo find /dev to see what was created at each step along the way. What I found was: sudo zfs create -V 8g storage/junkzvol created /dev/zvol/storage/junkzvol sudo fdisk /dev/zvol/storage/junkzvol created /...
You may want to have a look at the kpartx command. It is able to look into partitioning, create /dev/mapper entries and mount or unmount those.
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