[zones-discuss] Re: Boot order

2007-05-03 Thread Colin Seymour
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[zones-discuss] Can the Veritas CFS mount on zones?

2007-05-03 Thread Sia Cheng Chuan
Dear all, Need your advise on the following issue. Thanks. Dedhi Sujatmiko wrote: Dear all, I have an ISV who are proposing to have this scheme : a. hardware are 2 nodes of Sun Fire V490 b. running Veritas Cluster, the data services is Oracle RAC, run on both nodes inside global zone,

[zones-discuss] Install pkg only in non-global zone

2007-05-03 Thread prakash
Hi, Please help me to install one pkg only on non-globel zone, i tried to install, but the problem is the pkg trying to write supprot file in /usr/local, but /usr is a loopback f/s, so pkg install was not-success, if some one have any idea please let me know! may be we can install the pkg in

Re: [zones-discuss] Install pkg only in non-global zone

2007-05-03 Thread Steffen Weiberle
This how to guide has the steps to do exactly what you are trying to do. http://www.sun.com/software/solaris/howtoguides/containersLowRes.jsp See Creating the First Web Server Container about 2/3 of the way through. Steffen reply-to set to alias prakash wrote On 05/03/07 08:16,: Hi, Please

Re: [zones-discuss] Install pkg only in non-global zone

2007-05-03 Thread Enda O'Connor
prakash wrote: Hi, Please help me to install one pkg only on non-globel zone, i tried to install, but the problem is the pkg trying to write supprot file in /usr/local, but /usr is a loopback f/s, so pkg install was not-success, if some one have any idea please let me know! may be we can

[zones-discuss] Re: Install pkg only in non-global zone

2007-05-03 Thread prakash
Hi, This is top pkg, /usr filesystem already mounted in non-global zone, This server have so many zones and i want to install only one zone, please let me know what option can we use to install pkg seleted zones ? This message posted from opensolaris.org

Re: [zones-discuss] Can the Veritas CFS mount on zones?

2007-05-03 Thread Robert Bailey
As of SFRAC/SFCFS 4.1MP1 Veritas will not support CFS in local zones. However if NAS/NFS is available you could try the following: The following sequence, hack, might help: 1. Mount the zoneroot directories, 2. mount the NFS directories, 3. Start the local zone, 4. start the application.

[zones-discuss] Intranet Server zoning

2007-05-03 Thread Gabriele Bulfon
Hello, our Intranet Server solution is a bundle of many open source softwares mixed with some of our softwares. Mainly it runs: - IPFilter FW / NAT - Squid - Cyrus IMAP - Postfix + Amavis + Spamassassin - Tomcat running 4 web applications - Apache running as a Proxy Pass to the needed web

[zones-discuss] A seperate /usr/local/

2007-05-03 Thread DJR
I installed my zones, in a sparse zone format. question is, is there a way to NOT use /usr/local from the global zone and use a local copy or start with a clean /usr/local on the zone besides in a whole root format where it copies the global over to the zone. I do not want to rebuild the zone

[zones-discuss] packages installed on global zone

2007-05-03 Thread DJR
If you install a pkg on a global zone, such as 'top'. If I used: pkgadd -G -d top, my question is, will the local zones be able to utilize the top command that was specifically installed on the global zone. I have a sparse zone, and have it so the local zones are able to write to /usr/local.

[zones-discuss] Re: packages installed on global zone

2007-05-03 Thread Fat Ted
[i]If I used: pkgadd -G -d top, my question is, will the local zones be able to utilize the top command that was specifically installed on the global zone.[/i] You've practically answered your own question. What the -G option of pkgadd does is specifically install the package in the global zone

[zones-discuss] Re: A seperate /usr/local/

2007-05-03 Thread Fat Ted
[i]is there a way to NOT use /usr/local from the global zone and use a local copy[/i] Yes, but you are going to have to change how the zone is configured. Chapter 18 of the document System Administration Guide: Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Solaris Zones

Re: [zones-discuss] A seperate /usr/local/

2007-05-03 Thread David . Comay
I installed my zones, in a sparse zone format. question is, is there a way to NOT use /usr/local from the global zone and use a local copy or start with a clean /usr/local on the zone besides in a whole root format where it copies the global over to the zone. I do not want to rebuild the zone if

Re: [zones-discuss] A seperate /usr/local/

2007-05-03 Thread Jeff Victor
DJR wrote: I installed my zones, in a sparse zone format. question is, is there a way to NOT use /usr/local from the global zone and use a local copy or start with a clean /usr/local on the zone besides in a whole root format where it copies the global over to the zone. I do not want to rebuild

Re: [zones-discuss] Re: nevada zone with NAT and NFS

2007-05-03 Thread David . Comay
At least some of the servers that I can't access are using NFSv3 It has been my experience that NFSv4 on Solaris 10 and NFSv3 on other hosts, including NetApp filers, cause all sorts of problems. Either you get No Directory or the directory/files are owned by nobody. I don't know about

Re: [zones-discuss] A seperate /usr/local/

2007-05-03 Thread Steffen Weiberle
Using the FAQ's example, you must create the /usr/local file system in the global zone's /usr. My own convention of individual zones' personal /usr/local is to use the method described in the FAQ (thanks Jeff), and put the 'special' directory in the zone's zonepath. zonecfg:twilight add fs