Ian Brown wrote:
Hello, I have this strange phenomenon with zones :

What version of Solaris are you using?

I create a zone with zonecfg, than , with zoneadm, I install it  and boot it.

When I try , after these stages, "ps -ef", everything is OK (namely I see all 
processes  as I should).
BUT: than I ran "zlogin myZone", and then : from the global zone : ps -ef hangs after displaying some processes (the last is sched).
and then it hangs. It does NOT return to the prompt even when I wait for more 
than 10 minutes.

Do you get the same behavior if you use "zlogin -C myZone" ?

(btw, ps -ef from the global zone works ok).

What happens is you use "ps -fz myZone" from the global zone?

Do you see the zlogin shell and its children in the ps listing?

I want to add that NFS services do NOT run on this machine (namely, svcs | grep 
nfs returns nothing) because i know that sometimes this can cause troubles.
Also i want to add that I do it from ssh , but I don't think this is important.
More info:
The configuration of the zone is minimal.

Here is what " zonecfg -z myzone info" returns:

zonename: myzone
zonepath: /export/home/myzone
brand: native
autoboot: false
bootargs: pool: pool_default
limitpriv: default,sys_time
        dir: /lib
        dir: /platform
        dir: /sbin
        dir: /usr
        dir: /usr/local
        special: /opt/local
        raw not specified
        type: lofs
        options: []

Any ideas?
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