* Dan Price <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2007-03-11 14:23]:
> On Sun 11 Mar 2007 at 02:05PM, Stephen Hahn wrote:
> > 
> >    I couldn't find this in the FAQ, and don't want to experiment with
> >    mixing fs and inherit-pkg-dir directives.  Is there a way to get the
> >    inherit-pkg-dir filesystems to preserve the setuid/setgid bits (so
> >    that /usr/lib/sendmail is setgid to smmsp)?  The zone already exists,
> >    so removing the inherit-pkg-dir would be... inconvenient.
> I'm confused-- Since an inherit-pkg-dir is really just a read-only
> lofs mount, /usr/lib/sendmail should be setgid or setuid or whatever.
> At least on my box, you can see that the mount allows setuid:
> /pl/zones/tz2/root/usr on /usr read only/setuid/nodevices/nosub/dev=800000
>                                          ^^^^^^
> But I suspect you know that, and that I'm not understanding the
> question...?

  No, that's the answer I needed--thanks.  It looks as if the mail setup
  on my global zone has been modified substantially, which I hadn't

  - Stephen

Stephen Hahn, PhD  Solaris Kernel Development, Sun Microsystems
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