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

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-----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

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


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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