The short answer is no. When a processor is transfered from one pset to another, no RCM event is generated in the global zone, or in any non-global zones. RCM events are only generated when DR operations take place.
The rcm_daemon only runs in the global zone, as part of the sysevent:default service. Currently, no events of any kind are generated when a processor is tranfered from one pset to another. pool_conf_update(3pool) can be used to detect a change in a processor set. pool_conf_update(3pool) is not a blocking interface, so you need to call it periodically to detect a change. -Steve L. On Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 01:42:08PM -0800, Gary Combs wrote: > If a zone is bound to a resource pool with a processor set also bound > there and DRP is enabled, will the addition of a processor added to the > pset via DRP generate an insertion event via RCM? Would all zones bound > to the same pool see the RCM event? Would only the global zone see the > insert event? > > Thanks, > Gary > -- > <http://www.sun.com/solaris> * Gary Combs * > Technical Marketing > > *Sun Microsystems, Inc.* > 3295 NW 211th Terrace > Hillsboro, OR 97124 US > Phone x32604/+1 503 715 3517 > Cell 1-503-887-7519 > Fax 503-715-3517 > Email [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > "Arguing with an engineer is like wrestling in mud with a pig; after a > while you realize the pig likes it!!" > > <http://www.sun.com/solaris> > > > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > email@example.com _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org