Become superuser or assume an equivalent role.
Create a file system for each slice.
# newfs /dev/rdsk/cwtxdysz
where /dev/rdsk/cwtxdysz is the raw device for the file system to be created.
For more information about the newfs command, see Chapter 17, Creating ZFS, UFS, TMPFS, and LOFS File Systems (Tasks) or newfs(1M).
Verify the new file system by mounting.
# mount /dev/dsk/cwtxdysz /mnt # ls /mnt lost+found
System Disk – You need to restore the root (/) and /usr file systems on the disk.
After the root (/) and /usr file systems are restored, install the boot block. Go to x86: How to Install a Boot Block on a System Disk.
Secondary Disk – You might need to restore file systems on the new disk. Go to Chapter 26, Restoring UFS Files and File Systems (Tasks). If you are not restoring file systems on the new disk, you are finished adding a secondary disk.
For information on making the file systems available to users, see Chapter 18, Mounting and Unmounting File Systems (Tasks).