ZFS wouldn't appear to be an option here as we are only dealing with a pair of internal disks with no SAN-attached storage.
John Clingan wrote:
That's where you want to use zfs datasets. Push a dataset to each zone and mount zone-local bits, data and logs to filesystems created from that dataset. You can specify a quota per filesystem.John Clingan Sun Microsystems Sent from mobile phone. -----Original Message----- From: Wee Yeh Tan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Subj: Re: [zones-discuss] Several zonepaths on a single slice Date: Tue Feb 6, 2007 7:00 pm Size: 1006 bytes To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] cc: firstname.lastname@example.org On 2/7/07, Paul Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:I have a proposed config on T2000 that will use the HW RAID to mirror the internal disks. So with a limited number of physical slices on the internal disks, we are looking at having several zones sharing a single partition for their zonepaths, like all under /export/zones /export/zones/zone1 /export/zones/zone2 /export/zones/zone... SVM with soft partitions is not an option and there will be no SAN attached storage to mount small slices for zonepaths. Other than the obvious issue of zones sharing a single partition (disk slice), are there any other concerns with this configuration?Yes. Running out of space on 1 zone will affect all other zones on the same slice. We ran into problems with this config because we cannot guarantee that we do not have a rogue zone.
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