On Fri 28 Jul 2006 at 03:18PM, Madhura Limaye wrote:
> I wanted to know if there can be a possibility of a non-global zone
> dying abruptly, similar to a system going down due to a panic?
In short, no.
> If there is, can I expect that even in such a situation, any network
> interfaces configured for the non-global zone (whether through zonecfg
> or manually through ifconfig) will be removed? Or is there a possibility
> of the network interfaces for the non-global zone remaining as
> configured even though the non-global zone is down?
"down" means something very specific for zones; see the comment
for "ZONE_IS_SHUTTING_DOWN" through to "ZONE_IS_FREE" in
But I think by down you mean "not running": If a zone is not running
(i.e. it is in the "installed" state) then (unless there are bugs) there
should be no network interfaces for it.
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