Guess I should have just tried this -- sorry.  thanks for the help. 

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To: Tillman, Gregory
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Subject: Re: [zones-discuss] putting local zone filesystem in global
zonevfstab

Tillman, Gregory writes:
> 
> What bad things would happen if I add an entry to my global zone's 
> vfstab to mount a filesystem into a local zone's root (for ex,
> /zones/myzone/root/logs)?   Would the zone still boot up and shut down
> cleanly? thanks

It won't boot at all if there's something mounted inside the zone.

Use 'zonecfg' instead.

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