Solaris Express Community Release, build 56: You can use the xattr property to disable or enable extended attributes for a specific ZFS file system. The default value is on. For a description of ZFS properties, see Introducing ZFS Properties.
Solaris Express Community Release, build 48: The new canmount property allows you to specify whether a dataset can be mounted by using the zfs mount command. For more information, see The canmount Property.
Solaris Express Community Release, build 48: In addition to the standard native properties that can either export internal statistics or control ZFS file system behavior, ZFS supports user properties. User properties have no effect on ZFS behavior, but you can use them to annotate datasets with information that is meaningful in your environment.
For more information, see ZFS User Properties.
Solaris Express Community Release, build 48: In this Solaris release, you can set properties when you create a file system, in addition to setting properties after the file system is created.
The following examples illustrate equivalent syntax:
# zfs create tank/home # zfs set mountpoint=/export/zfs tank/home # zfs set sharenfs=on tank/home # zfs set compression=on tank/home
# zfs create -o mountpoint=/export/zfs -o sharenfs=on -o compression=on tank/home