On 7/20/06, Amol A Chiplunkar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Interesting ! If you propose to lock all the non global zones and do a pkgadd, how different is it from pkgadd -G ?
because it effects all packages, -G is not possible if you are using an installer like in JES or blastwave, or any other commercial package with an install script. James
For that matter, pkgadd -G is not just for global, but for any zone. It gives you same kind of result without having to lock zones. It installs package only in the zone where pkgadd is running. However, your proposed feature could be used to selectively keep some of the non global zones active while pkgadd is being done in the global zone so that they get the package keeping the locked zones untouched. thanks - Amol James Dickens wrote: > Currently if you create a zone, and install another package in the > global zone, it is installed in the non-global zones. I propose a > feature that you can lock each non-global zone then the new packages > would not be installed in the non-global zones. Of course this only > effects packages that are installed in non inherited directories. If > the package makes changes in an inherited directory I realize that the > change would be visible. > > Each zone would have to be unlocked or the lock would have to be > ignored if patch the system. > > The interface would be > > > #zoneadm –z zonename lock > > With the zone locked no changes in the global zone effects the > non-global zones. > > #zoneadm –z zonename unlock > > Now packages installed after being unlocked would be installed in the > non-global zone at the same time as happens now. > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > g -- -------------------------------------- Amol Chiplunkar
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