I have a machine whose zpools are at version 28, and I would like to
keep them at that version for portability between OSes. I understand
that 'zpool status' asks me to upgrade, but so does 'zpool status -x'
(the man page says it should only report errors or unavailability).
This is a problem because I have a script that assumes "zpool status
-x" only returns errors requiring user intervention.

Is there a way to either:
A) suppress the upgrade notice from 'zpool status -x' ?
B) use a different command to get information about actual errors
w/out encountering the upgrade notice ?

I'm using OpenIndiana 151a6 on x86.

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