On Tue 31 Oct 2006 at 04:03PM, James Carlson wrote: > Mike "Ford" Ditto writes: > > Riny Qian wrote: > > > Darren J Moffat wrote: > > > > If you need help working out how to have a the vt? instances > > > > only active in the global zone then ask the smf-discuss list > > > > for help. > > > > > > We can check if we're in the global zone in the smf start method > > > (console-login); if not, disable all virtual console instances. > > > > I think the right thing here is not to check what zone you're in, but > > rather to check which devices are available. I would like to assign, > > e.g. /dev/term/vt each to different zones, which should cause the > > corresponding login instances to be disabled in the global zone and > > enabled in the corresponding zone(s). > > Having a virtual console attached as a zone console sounds like a > nifty idea to me. It doesn't sound as simple to achieve as just > logging into the global zone and doing zlogin -C, but potentially > useful.
Does "nifty" translate into a customer use case here? I'm wary of putting roadblocks in front of an obviously useful project in pursuit of not-obviously-useful functionality. -dp -- Daniel Price - Solaris Kernel Engineering - dp at eng.sun.com - blogs.sun.com/dp