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If your device driver modifications are discarded from the /kernel/drv directory after upgrading to Oracle Solaris 11 from the Oracle Solaris 11 Express release, you need to move them to the /etc/driver/drv directory. For more information, see Device Identity and Configuration Changes.
During an Oracle Solaris 11 installation, a separate /var file system is created automatically for a global zone and a non-global zone. If a system is upgraded from Oracle Solaris 11 Express and /var was a directory before the upgrade, then /var remains a directory. For more information, see Oracle Solaris 11 File System Changes.
In the Oracle Solaris 11 Express release, you could use the sharemgr interface to create file system shares. This command is no longer available. For new file system sharing syntax, see ZFS File System Sharing Changes.
In early Oracle Solaris 11 releases, the default path included /usr/gnu/bin before /usr/bin. In Oracle Solaris, the default path is /usr/bin.