Jan Hendrik Mangold wrote:

I tried finding the solution by scanning previous posts to this group, and looking into manuals, but I haven't found the answer yet.

Where do I define the services (SMF) that a) get started by default in a zone, and b) are made available to a zone?

Each zone has its own SMF infrastructure and services, so you would login to the zone as root and use svcadm(1M).

I know that services can not run in a zone at all, like routing or nfs. Is there a list somewhere, or does SMF contain a flag for services that can not run in a zone?

Routing is not a service managed by SMF. There is just one router for all the zones, managed by the global zone. This may change in the future.

A zone cannot be an NFS server because of limitations in the NFS implementation in the Solaris kernel. This will be addressed in the future.

Jeff VICTOR              Sun Microsystems            jeff.victor @ sun.com
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