You could also use the source destination copy method -C "<src_in_global>|<dst_in_non-global>".
For example: -C "/etc/nsswitch.dns|/etc/nsswitch.conf" \ -C "/somedir/resolv.conf.myzone|/etc/resolv.conf" Brad On Tue, 2007-02-06 at 08:04 -0800, Manish Agrawal wrote: > The solution that worked for me is to copy /etc/nsswitch.conf and > /etc/resolv.conf from the global zone. This should work as long as the DNS > configuration for the non-global zones is the same as for the global zone: > > zonemgr -a add -n $zonename -z "/export/home/zones" \ > -P "$rootpassword" -R "/root|/usr/bin/bash" \ > -I "$ipaddress|elxl0|25|$zonename" \ > -s "basic|lock" -S ssh \ > -C "/etc/nsswitch.conf" \ > -C "/etc/resolv.conf" \ > -C "/etc/ssh/sshd_config" & > > Thanks to Brad for his extensive input on this. > > Now to find a way user accounts in the non-global zones. > > Thanks > Manish > > > This message posted from opensolaris.org > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com