The current zfs reader is only checking first label from each device, however,
we do have 4 labels on device and we should check all 4 to be protected
against disk failures and incomplete label updates.
The difficulty is about the fact that 2 label copies are in front of the
pool data, and 2 are at the end, which means, we have to know the size of
the pool data area.
Since we have now the mechanism from common/disk.c to use the partition
information, it does help us in this task; however, there are still some
Namely, if the pool is created without partition, directly on the disk,
and firmware will give us the wrong size for the disk, we only can check
the first two label copies.