On 3/30/07, David <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Sorry for the newbie question,
I'm trying to understand and get up to speed with zones, they seem like
I created a non-global zone, it is able to see /usr/local/* from the global
zone. The first problem i, I was attempting to install an app that writes to
/usr/local/etc, and the non-global zone does not have the abilty to write
there, is it bacause it is a loopback mount?
How can I get around this, do I have to create an new /usr/local/* in the
non-global zone, if so how do I get the non-global zone from seeing the global
The scheme we practice is to have /usr/local -> /usrlocal. /usrlocal
is not inherited into a zone hence using space on zone_root.
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