Boot solaris xVM off a ZFS root filesystem

Thanks Jürgen Keil for the kindly help, I could boot solaris xVM off a ZFS root filesystem now.

Just one extra step to,

# mount -F lofs -o nosub / /mnt
# cp /mnt/lib/ /zfsroot/lib

That's because the /lib/ is re-mounted by another more suitable libc for the running processor. E.g., for my Intel dual core, it's

$ mount -p | grep libc
/usr/lib/libc/ - /lib/ lofs - no

While, under xVM, the "sep" cpuid (see isainfo -v) feature isn't available.

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