Zones on single processor SFV100

Can I install zones on a single CPU machine?
On a Sunfire v100 I keep getting the following error when trying to start the /system/pools:default service:
pooladm: configuration at '/etc/pooladm.conf' cannot be instantiated on current system

There shouldn't be any problem running zones on a single CPU system, but it looks like you're trying to use processor pools which is going to require more than one processor. Stick with the fair-share-scheduler (FSS) and you should be good.

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