Re: [zones-discuss] ps -Z is broken

2007-09-29 Thread Joerg Schilling
Nicolas Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Sep 29, 2007 at 12:42:38PM +0200, Joerg Schilling wrote: Nicolas Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The 8 character limit is all about column formatting in tools like ps(1) and ls(1). The 32 byte limit is from utmpx. utmpx has

Re: [zones-discuss] carry forward mount points from global to non-global zones

2007-10-26 Thread Joerg Schilling
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: James Carlson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Are you sure? lofs generally missors the entire tree below the mountpoint and not just the toplevel mount. Doh; I tried with nfs mounts. You're right. I did propose to add a nofollow

Re: [zones-discuss] carry forward mount points from global to non-global zones

2007-10-26 Thread Joerg Schilling
James Carlson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Are you sure? lofs generally missors the entire tree below the mountpoint and not just the toplevel mount. Doh; I tried with nfs mounts. You're right. I did propose to add a nofollow option to the lofs mount long ago. If

Re: [zones-discuss] Can zone id be same on different global zones?

2008-05-16 Thread Joerg Schilling
Steve Lawrence [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: tar is usually not the best archiving tool, as tends to deal poorly with symbolic links. There are some examples of migrating a zone using both ufs (via pax) and zfs (via zfs send/recieve). Please elaborate what you like to point to when using the term

Re: [zones-discuss] DVD/CD burning in a Non Global Zone

2008-11-27 Thread Joerg Schilling
Edward Pilatowicz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hey mark, this is a long standing (4 year old) bug: 4964815 Unable to burn CD's inside a non-global zone i just did some quick testing and i think the crux of the problem is that to burn cds, both cdrw and cdrecord need to issue uscsi

Re: [zones-discuss] DVD/CD burning in a Non Global Zone

2008-11-28 Thread Joerg Schilling
Edward Pilatowicz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i don't know how linus differentiates between good and bad scsi commands, but from a zones perspective, if a zone has access to a cdrom device on a SCSI bus, then cdrecord should be able to send any SCSI command that it wants to that device

Re: [zones-discuss] Tar performance in non-global zone is woeful

2008-12-18 Thread Joerg Schilling
Charles Meo charles@ltx.com.au wrote: Note that this disk is flat out writing ~100 KB/sec, using what appear to be 512b or 1k writes. The identical operation from the same tarball gets around 15MB/sec in the global zone. What on earth is going on here? How do I fix it? Sun-tar and

Re: [zones-discuss] Nero Linux in zones

2010-03-26 Thread Joerg Schilling
valrh...@gmail.com valrh...@gmail.com wrote: I'm relatively new to OpenSolaris, and am trying to get a better CD/DVD/Bluray program working, as I don't find Brasero to be particularly good. I've used Nero for years on different platforms, and was wondering if I could get it to work (Nero

Re: [zones-discuss] Nero Linux in zones

2010-04-11 Thread Joerg Schilling
If you like to keep your mails readable, please follow the rules and avoid lines with more than 78 chars... valrh...@gmail.com valrh...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for your message. I tried to download and install this, but there kept appearing more packages that I didn't have, had to download,

Re: [zones-discuss] Nero Linux in zones

2010-04-11 Thread Joerg Schilling
Dick Hoogendijk d...@nagual.nl wrote: I'm a very happy user of your software, Joerg. But it is a fact that -SOME- people just want to -CLICK- and not give a command (however simple it is). I.m.h.o. UNIX is not for these people. UNIX is userfriendly - it just selects whom to be friendly to

Re: [zones-discuss] Nero Linux in zones

2010-04-13 Thread Joerg Schilling
James Carlson carls...@workingcode.com wrote: Well did you ever try to use cdrecord? cdrecord is easier to use than cdrw and other fimilar tools It is impossible to further reduce complexity as it is sufficient to call cdrecord xxx.iso. Despite the unnecessary personal invective,

Re: [zones-discuss] Branded zones and external hardware

2010-08-05 Thread Joerg Schilling
Frank Batschulat (Home) frank.batschu...@sun.com wrote: the problem with exporting the tape device to a NGZ, which although not supported can be achived as you mention, is that there's no way to exclusive assign that particular tape device to a particular NGZ or to restrict access from the