Yes, that woul dbe perfect, but this server was installed sometimes in 2005 and legato package is quite old, I think its like 7.1.2 and it was not installed with -G option most likely and probably that is why its trying to get installed in every zone I am setting up...

So do you think it will be worth to try pkgrm all those legato pkg's and then reinstall them with -G? that would be silly if there is no config option to install zones and not be able to specify which pkg's you do not want to install... I thought that there might be a way to do it somehow.



On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, Paul Kraus wrote:

On 9/7/06, Krzys <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Thanks for the info, but it all was rather to maintain current setup where
packages are already installed and configured with zones. but my problem is that
when I have global zone and I have legato networker installed in it and I
configure new zone those packages are ingerited by that zone, what I wanted to do is use zonecfg to exclude certain packages so that when I install zone they would not be installed in new zones.. Yes I can go after installation and remove them I guess but if I neede dto create many zones that process would be rather
painful or not efficient.

      I thought that if a package was installed in _just_ the global
zone (using pkgadd -G) the package database would reflect this and not
install it in newly created non-global zones. If that is _not_ the
behavior, then I suspect we have a bug.

Paul Kraus
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