AFAIK, no. Ideas previously thrown up includes having the global zone place this information in the local zone's filesystem.
E.g. # zoneadm -z <myzone> boot # echo Global Zone: `hostname` since `date` > `zonecfg -z phd-corner-z info zonepath | cut -f2 -d' '`/root/etc/globalzone_info -- Just me, Wire ... Blog: <prstat.blogspot.com> On 4/24/07, Veltror <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I am currently working on a project where I have a number of systems which can host any number of local zones. I have a master server which looks to see which zone is running where and its status. This is all well and good, however, I have a question which may save me many hours of grief with hostid lookups etc Is there any way a local zone can interrogate the global zone to see which global zone it is running on? i.e. something like a command localzone># whathost localzone># localzone is running on globalzone2 since 12:07 13/2/07 Currently I am using a hostid lookup table which is cumbersome any ideas appreciated V. This message posted from opensolaris.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
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