Re: [zones-discuss] installing zones

2007-07-19 Thread Anish Vaidya
Is /home NFS mounted?  I believe, zone root on NFS is not supported.
 
 
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Re: [zones-discuss] installing zones

2007-07-12 Thread Jeff Victor
Solaris version?  Hardware architecture?  What disk slice is /homes on?

It looks like the lines of output are missing characters before the last 
character.  It would be useful to see the full lines.

Oscar wrote:
 bash-3.00# zoneadm -z myzones install
 Preparing to install zone myzones.
 Checking ufs file system on device /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7 to be mounted at 
 /ho
 ERROR: file system check /usr/lib/fs/ufs/fsck of /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7 
 failed:d
 ERROR: cannot setup zone myzones inherited and configured file systems
 ERROR: cannot setup zone myzones file systems inherited and configured from 
 te
 ERROR: cannot create zone boot environment myzones
 zoneadm: zone 'myzones': '/usr/lib/lu/lucreatezone' failed with exit code 74.
 
 bash-3.00# zonecfg -z myzones info
 zonepath: /home/zones
 autoboot: true
 pool: 
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /lib
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /platform
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /sbin
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /usr
 fs:
 dir: /mnt
 special: /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s7
 raw: /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7
 type: ufs
 options: []
 net:
 address: 172.16.35.47
 physical: eri0
  
  
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Re: [zones-discuss] installing zones

2007-07-12 Thread Jerry Jelinek
Oscar wrote:
 bash-3.00# zoneadm -z myzones install
 Preparing to install zone myzones.
 Checking ufs file system on device /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7 to be mounted at 
 /ho
 ERROR: file system check /usr/lib/fs/ufs/fsck of /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7 
 failed:d
 ERROR: cannot setup zone myzones inherited and configured file systems
 ERROR: cannot setup zone myzones file systems inherited and configured from 
 te
 ERROR: cannot create zone boot environment myzones
 zoneadm: zone 'myzones': '/usr/lib/lu/lucreatezone' failed with exit code 74.
 
 bash-3.00# zonecfg -z myzones info
 zonepath: /home/zones
 autoboot: true
 pool: 
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /lib
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /platform
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /sbin
 inherit-pkg-dir:
 dir: /usr
 fs:
 dir: /mnt
 special: /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s7
 raw: /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s7
 type: ufs
 options: []
 net:
 address: 172.16.35.47
 physical: eri0

What happens when you fsck /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s7 in the global zone?

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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-09-20 Thread a b

Zones needs the 'resource pools' package. If you choose
'dynamic pools' (which aren't required by zones), you need Java.


But why??? What does Java have to do with it?

And I didn't explicitly choose dynamic pools. If one tries to install 
SUNWzoneu and SUNWzoner packages, eventually one inevitably needs SUNWj5rt, 
just by trying to satisfy all the dependencies.



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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-23 Thread Dick Davies

On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:



 On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:

...

  Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing the 
SUNWj5rt package,

 SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as SUNWxwplt and the 
like,




It is fixed in Nevada.
Take a look at:

...

http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672


There doesn't seem to be any description of *how* this was fixed.
I'd assumed 'dynamic resource pools' no longer depended on java
(wrongly, judging by SXCR b46).

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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-23 Thread Jerry Jelinek

Dick Davies wrote:

On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:



 On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:

...
  Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing 
the SUNWj5rt package,


 SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as 
SUNWxwplt and the like,




It is fixed in Nevada.
Take a look at:

...

http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672


There doesn't seem to be any description of *how* this was fixed.
I'd assumed 'dynamic resource pools' no longer depended on java
(wrongly, judging by SXCR b46).


In S10 there was a single pkg for pools (SUNWpool).  In nevada this
was split into two pkgs (SUNWpool  SUNWpoold).  SUNWzoneu still
depends on SUNWpool, but if you look at that pkg, it no longer
depends on SUNWj5rt.  The SUNWpoold pkg does depend on SUNWj5rt.

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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-23 Thread Dick Davies

On 23/08/06, Jerry Jelinek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Dick Davies wrote:
 On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:

  On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:
 ...
   Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing
 the SUNWj5rt package,
 
  SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as
 SUNWxwplt and the like,


 It is fixed in Nevada.
 Take a look at:
 ...
 http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672

 There doesn't seem to be any description of *how* this was fixed.
 I'd assumed 'dynamic resource pools' no longer depended on java
 (wrongly, judging by SXCR b46).

In S10 there was a single pkg for pools (SUNWpool).  In nevada this
was split into two pkgs (SUNWpool  SUNWpoold).  SUNWzoneu still
depends on SUNWpool, but if you look at that pkg, it no longer
depends on SUNWj5rt.  The SUNWpoold pkg does depend on SUNWj5rt.


That makes sense - I thought the OP was asking to remove the
'dynamic resource pools' dependency on java.

Thanks.

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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-23 Thread Gary Pennington
On Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 03:36:56PM +0100, Dick Davies wrote:
 On 23/08/06, Jerry Jelinek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Dick Davies wrote:
  On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:
 
   On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:
  ...
Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing
  the SUNWj5rt package,
  
   SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as
  SUNWxwplt and the like,
 
 
  It is fixed in Nevada.
  Take a look at:
  ...
  http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672
 
  There doesn't seem to be any description of *how* this was fixed.
  I'd assumed 'dynamic resource pools' no longer depended on java
  (wrongly, judging by SXCR b46).
 
 In S10 there was a single pkg for pools (SUNWpool).  In nevada this
 was split into two pkgs (SUNWpool  SUNWpoold).  SUNWzoneu still
 depends on SUNWpool, but if you look at that pkg, it no longer
 depends on SUNWj5rt.  The SUNWpoold pkg does depend on SUNWj5rt.
 
 That makes sense - I thought the OP was asking to remove the
 'dynamic resource pools' dependency on java.
 
 Thanks.
 
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The split of the pools functionality into multiple packages made sense for
zones. The functionality provided by dynamic resource pools only applies to
the global zone anyway.

For the curious amongst you...

We can't remove the dependency on java from Dynamic Resource Pools, without
re-writing poold, since it is written in java.

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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-21 Thread Dick Davies

On 21/08/06, UNIX admin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Having built the second revision of the Run-Time Platform Solaris, I went on to 
install zones.

Effectively it turns out that if I were to satisfy all the dependencies, I 
would effectively have to install more or less the entire X windowing 
environment.

Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing the SUNWj5rt 
package,


Zones needs the 'resource pools' package. If you choose
'dynamic pools' (which aren't required by zones), you need Java.


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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-21 Thread Gary Pennington
On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:
 Having built the second revision of the Run-Time Platform Solaris, I went on 
 to install zones.
 
 Effectively it turns out that if I were to satisfy all the dependencies, I 
 would effectively have to install more or less the entire X windowing 
 environment.
 
 Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing the 
 SUNWj5rt package,
 
 SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as SUNWxwplt and the 
 like,
 
 which personally I find insane and totally against my goal to build a 
 run-time platform that is as lean and as flexible as possible.
 
 Why do zone packages and eventually their dependencies like the pool package 
 end up needing Java? As soon as Java is in the game, I can forget a lean and 
 mean run-time platform. Java belongs in the middleware layer, not in the core 
 operating system layer.
 
 Is this a bug? Can this be fixed? When can it be fixed? This is in Solaris 10 
 6/06, and most likely in Solaris 10 1/06 as well.
 

It is fixed in Nevada.

Take a look at:

http://scsh280r1.holland.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-1-5063672-1searchclause=5063672

for more details.

Gary

 It is simply insane that I have to install Java and X-windows software to get 
 zone functionality, i.e. satisfy package dependencies.
  
  
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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-21 Thread Gary Pennington
On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:
 On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:
  Having built the second revision of the Run-Time Platform Solaris, I went 
  on to install zones.
  
  Effectively it turns out that if I were to satisfy all the dependencies, I 
  would effectively have to install more or less the entire X windowing 
  environment.
  
  Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing the 
  SUNWj5rt package,
  
  SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as SUNWxwplt and 
  the like,
  
  which personally I find insane and totally against my goal to build a 
  run-time platform that is as lean and as flexible as possible.
  
  Why do zone packages and eventually their dependencies like the pool 
  package end up needing Java? As soon as Java is in the game, I can forget a 
  lean and mean run-time platform. Java belongs in the middleware layer, not 
  in the core operating system layer.
  
  Is this a bug? Can this be fixed? When can it be fixed? This is in Solaris 
  10 6/06, and most likely in Solaris 10 1/06 as well.
  
 
 It is fixed in Nevada.
 
 Take a look at:
 
 http://scsh280r1.holland.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-1-5063672-1searchclause=5063672
 

I'm sorry, that was the wrong URL. That's an internal site and I doubt you
can access it.

This might be more useful:

http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672

Gary

 for more details.
 
 Gary
 
  It is simply insane that I have to install Java and X-windows software to 
  get zone functionality, i.e. satisfy package dependencies.
   
   
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Re: [zones-discuss] Installing zones: insane dependencies

2006-08-21 Thread Jeff Victor

Do you know if there is a plan to make this available as an S10 patch?

Gary Pennington wrote:

On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 01:03:40PM +0100, Gary Pennington wrote:


On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 02:13:51AM -0700, UNIX admin wrote:


Having built the second revision of the Run-Time Platform Solaris, I went on to 
install zones.

Effectively it turns out that if I were to satisfy all the dependencies, I 
would effectively have to install more or less the entire X windowing 
environment.

Zone packages end up needing other packages, which end up needing the SUNWj5rt 
package,

SUNWj5rt needs a whole bunch of X-windows packages, such as SUNWxwplt and the 
like,

which personally I find insane and totally against my goal to build a run-time 
platform that is as lean and as flexible as possible.

Why do zone packages and eventually their dependencies like the pool package 
end up needing Java? As soon as Java is in the game, I can forget a lean and 
mean run-time platform. Java belongs in the middleware layer, not in the core 
operating system layer.

Is this a bug? Can this be fixed? When can it be fixed? This is in Solaris 10 
6/06, and most likely in Solaris 10 1/06 as well.



It is fixed in Nevada.

Take a look at:

http://scsh280r1.holland.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-1-5063672-1searchclause=5063672




I'm sorry, that was the wrong URL. That's an internal site and I doubt you
can access it.

This might be more useful:

http://bugs.opensolaris.org/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=5063672

Gary



for more details.

Gary



It is simply insane that I have to install Java and X-windows software to get 
zone functionality, i.e. satisfy package dependencies.


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