Marlanne DeLaSource wrote:
Sorry about this question that may be stupid, but I wasn't able to display the 
cpu-shares afterwards.

I set up the rctl cpu-shares in the various zones, used dispadminand prctl (I 
also rebooted). It worked nicely. But I wanted to check the cpu-shares given to 
the 3 zones. I can figure out from prstat -J, but how could I display them ?

rctladm did not help, neither prctl.

You can use "prctl -i zone {zonename}" to see the rctls for the given zonename.
For example, "prctl -i zone global".

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