[zones-discuss] dhcp server in a zone with shared IP

2009-02-20 Thread Bernd Schemmer
Hi can I configure a dhcp server in a zone with shared IP? I don't find a definitve answer with google for this question If it can be configured : is it documented howto to configure the Solaris dhcp server in a zone? I'm using $ uname -a SunOS sol9 5.11 snv_107 sun4u sparc

Re: [zones-discuss] dhcp server in a zone with shared IP

2009-02-20 Thread Steffen Weiberle
On 02/20/09 05:29, Bernd Schemmer wrote: Hi can I configure a dhcp server in a zone with shared IP? I don't find a definitve answer with google for this question If it can be configured : is it documented howto to configure the Solaris dhcp server in a zone? I'm using $ uname -a SunOS sol9

Re: [zones-discuss] Share a non-global zone folder

2009-02-20 Thread Steffen Weiberle
On 02/19/09 16:26, Nicolas Dorfsman wrote: Le 19 févr. 09 à 17:41, Wolfgang Pungartnik a écrit : Asif, just mount and share the folder from the global zone. Loopback mount the folder into the non-global zone. And don't mount from non-global to global thru NFS ! It's not supported ! !!

Re: [zones-discuss] Share a non-global zone folder

2009-02-20 Thread Steffen Weiberle
On 02/19/09 16:26, Nicolas Dorfsman wrote: Le 19 févr. 09 à 17:41, Wolfgang Pungartnik a écrit : Asif, just mount and share the folder from the global zone. Loopback mount the folder into the non-global zone. And don't mount from non-global to global thru NFS ! It's not supported ! It

Re: [zones-discuss] Share a non-global zone folder

2009-02-20 Thread Nicolas Dorfsman
Le 20 févr. 09 à 15:53, Steffen Weiberle a écrit : On 02/19/09 16:26, Nicolas Dorfsman wrote: Le 19 févr. 09 à 17:41, Wolfgang Pungartnik a écrit : Asif, just mount and share the folder from the global zone. Loopback mount the folder into the non-global zone. And don't mount from

[zones-discuss] Failing to NFS mount on non-global zone

2009-02-20 Thread Asif Iqbal
I configured a zone called `syslog' where I am failing to mount a NFS folder and getting device busy zonecfg -z syslog info zonename: syslog zonepath: /syslog brand: native autoboot: true bootargs: -m verbose pool: limitpriv: default,sys_time scheduling-class: FSS ip-type: shared inherit-pkg-dir:

Re: [zones-discuss] Failing to NFS mount on non-global zone

2009-02-20 Thread Christine Tran
fs: dir: /netapp/tacacs special: /syslog-local/netapp/tacacs raw not specified type: lofs options: [] fs: dir: /netapp/syslog special: /syslog-local/netapp/syslog raw not specified type: lofs options: [] [Connected

Re: [zones-discuss] dhcp server in a zone with shared IP

2009-02-20 Thread Bernd Schemmer
Since you have build 107, why not use VNICs and run an exclusive IP Instance zone. That would make your situation a little easier to manage. Ah, yes . I forgot about that. So I configured a vnic in the global zone: [r...@sol9 Fri Feb 20 18:56:39 /zones/template/root ] $ dladm show-vnic LINK

[zones-discuss] Capped-Memory - swap physical? (was: Failing to NFS mount on non-global zone)

2009-02-20 Thread Alexander Skwar
Hi! On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 17:50, Asif Iqbal vad...@gmail.com wrote: capped-memory: physical: 1G [swap: 512M] A question regarding this setting - does that setting really make sense? I suppose he tries to achieve that the zone as a max. uses 1G of real memory and no more than

Re: [zones-discuss] zonestat.pl without Resource Pools

2009-02-20 Thread Derek McEachern
Jeff, Sorry this has taken so long to get to but yes, if I enable the pools and pools/dynamic services it runs as expected. Has any work started on a 'real' zonestat yet? On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 9:44 PM, Jeff Victor jeff.j.vic...@gmail.comwrote: On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 4:09 PM, Derek

Re: [zones-discuss] Capped-Memory - swap physical? (was: Failing to NFS mount on non-global zone)

2009-02-20 Thread Steve Lawrence
Swap limits how much of the systems total memory (ram + disk) can be reserved. When this limit is hit, allocations, such as malloc, will fail. Physical memory limits resident memory. When this limit is hit, the zone will page pages in memory to disk swap. In general, your example config is only

Re: [zones-discuss] Capped-Memory - swap physical? (was: Failing to NFS mount on non-global zone)

2009-02-20 Thread Ben Rockwood
We run into this problem repeatedly... swap in Solaris terms refers to total VM. This is true on most UNIX systems. However, we often mistakenly refer to pagefile (swap disk) simply and incorrectly as swap. Therefore, the swap cap is better thought of as a VM cap. Rcapd (physical) will keep