[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> >> I tried the kill and AFAICT root in the global zone can kill a process
> >> in a non-global zone:
> > OK. I must be misremembering this. I thought the restriction was
> > more complex than that.
> Within the global zone, the ability to kill a process in a non-global
> zone is controlled by the "proc_zone" privilege. Normally, only a user
> with all privileges will have this ability unless modified via RBAC.
I _knew_ it wasn't as simple as killing a process in the global zone.
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