Hi Mike,

Filesystems must [1] be administered and managed from the global zone. So, as you suggest, if multiple zones share a filesystem, one can use up resources another would like to use. Your general UFS is shared unless exclusively allocated to a zone by the global administrator. This goes for zonepath as well as other FSs mounted into a zone.


Steffen

[1] Exceptions include: ZFS via delegation into a zone and reservations; file systems created on lofi mounted files; file systems created on raw devices configured to the zone and created within that zone (if the file system allows that).

Michael Barrett wrote On 08/24/06 23:17,:
How do inodes work on zones? If your investigating running out of inodes within a single zone, do you run the ncheck command from the global zone on the partition the zone in question is mounted on? Does this mean a disk partition that is being used by multiple zones has a higher chance of running out of inodes?

Thanks,
Mike


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