FreeBSD 9.2-p9/FreeBSD 9.3-PRERELEASE zpool import/export problem

FF fusionfoto at
Fri Jun 27 01:28:25 UTC 2014

So I'm having a weird problem that just came up when I went from
freebsd-updated binaries to svn'ing the releng and/or stable source trees.

When I compile and build a kernel (only), I can create a zpool

something like:

zpool create tank ada1

I can use it, list it, create files on it, etc.

I can zpool export it.

It will still show as online an importable.

But when I try to reimport it (no reboot or anything):

root at 1:/root # zpool create -f storage2 ada40
root at 1:/root # df -kh
Filesystem       Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/ada45s1a    7.9G    6.3G    990M    87%    /
devfs            1.0k    1.0k      0B   100%    /dev
storage2         913G     31k    913G     0%    /storage2
root at 1:/root # zpool export storage2
root at 1:/root # zpool import
   pool: storage2
     id: 10010508457819787577
  state: ONLINE
 action: The pool can be imported using its name or numeric identifier.

        storage2    ONLINE
          ada40     ONLINE

root at 1:/root # zpool import storage2
cannot import 'storage2': pool is formatted using a newer ZFS version

This happens repeatably whether its multi drive or single drive.

root at 1:/root # zfs upgrade
This system is currently running ZFS filesystem version 5.

All filesystems are formatted with the current version.

root at 1:/root # ls -al /sbin/z*
-r-xr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  96968 Feb 12  2013 /sbin/zfs
-r-xr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  92472 Feb 12  2013 /sbin/zpool
root at 1:/root # md5 /sbin/zfs
MD5 (/sbin/zfs) = 76ddf1a93f9a045466ead1ef465859d0
root at 1:/root # md5 /sbin/zpool
MD5 (/sbin/zpool) = 29ec8f28ad5c6023ece4bb4eccb49f1e

There's obviously no data on the system, so reformatting it with
9.2-RELEASE should fix it, but I'm trying to run a custom kernel and I'm
trying to figure out what I've screwed up along the way. Also, zpool import
-f does not solve it, same error.

Any suggestions/advice on where this may have gone sideways?

thanks in advance!


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