On 7/27/06, Mark Mulligan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi, I haven't looked at S10 Update 2, but my previous interaction was that certain monitoring commands like ps would truncate output at 8 chars. When this happened, if these first 8 chars were non-unique then the output looked like it came from the same zone. Is this fixed in S10 U2?
This is a long standing problem that predates zone names. If you use ps -o to list out the fields you want they are not truncated. # ps -feZ | grep real | head -2 reallylo root 100558 1 0 19:37:56 ? 0:00 zsched global root 100557 1 0 19:37:54 ? 0:00 zoneadmd -z reallylongnameforazone # ps -e -o zone,user,pid,ppid,args | grep real | head -2 reallylongnameforazone root 100558 1 zsched global root 100557 1 zoneadmd -z reallylongnameforazone That is with the exception of when the zone name is greater than 29 characters. Then you run into bug 6284623, which is fixed with 123015-01. The patch came out in January, but I am not sure if it was included in update 2 or not. Mike -- Mike Gerdts http://mgerdts.blogspot.com/ _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org