[zones-discuss] Re: zonepath

2007-06-21 Thread F.V.(Phil)Porcella
Hi Folks, to recap I asked about NFS mounting /export/home from GZ to NGZ on the same box, using: 1 add inherit-pkg-dir 2 add fs (lofs) OR 3 nfs mount /export/home from the global zone, to the NGS (CIS2) later on. (Christine said) No. 3 is definitely out. You can't have an NGZ nfs-mount

Re: [zones-discuss] Re: zonepath

2007-06-15 Thread Jeff Victor
I agree with Jerry. To expand on that further: 1) The default directory for ZFS pools is /pool. /zones is somewhat analogous to that default. Consistency is good. 2) I use /zones for simplicity and clarity. On demo systems /zones is usually a directory in the / file system because I/O

[zones-discuss] Re: zonepath

2007-06-14 Thread F.V.(Phil)Porcella
Hi Edna, OK so having the zoneroot be under / is NOT required, (thank you), and from what you said, having it on its own mount point is NOT a problem. If fact, you indicate that having the zones under /export may be the best practice. thank you. This message posted from opensolaris.org

Re: [zones-discuss] Re: zonepath

2007-06-14 Thread Enda O'Connor
F.V.(Phil)Porcella wrote: Hi Edna, OK so having the zoneroot be under / is NOT required, (thank you), and from what you said, having it on its own mount point is NOT a problem. If fact, you indicate that having the zones under /export may be the best practice. thank you. This message

Re: [zones-discuss] Re: zonepath

2007-06-14 Thread Jerry Jelinek
F.V.(Phil)Porcella wrote: Hi Edna, OK so having the zoneroot be under / is NOT required, (thank you), and from what you said, having it on its own mount point is NOT a problem. If fact, you indicate that having the zones under /export may be the best practice. I think having zones on a