I understand that NFS-exports need to be done in the global zone, so I
dutifully added:

share -F nfs -o ro=stats.lmig.com /zones/myzone/root/logdir

to /etc/dfs/dfstab of my global zone.

But when the master system rebooted, the NFS export happened before the
local zone could boot.  So the zone could not mount this filesystem,
because the mount point was busy, and the zone boot failed.  The problem
may also occur with a simple reboot of the local zone, I haven't tried
that yet.

This must be a common problem, so I wondered if there is a recommended


- greg 
zones-discuss mailing list

Reply via email to