On Sun 27 May 2007 at 04:46PM, Manish Agrawal wrote: > I ran into this issue when I created zones in Nevada (build 63). It > appears that there is one java process for each zone. I am not sure of > the relationship between java and zones, but there was only 1 java > process visible in the global zone before I created the zones and > after I created the zones, there were about as many java processes > (36) as zones (38). These processes add up in memory consumption. > > Is there any way to disable java in the non-global zones?
You can log into any one of the zones, and take a look at 'svcs -p' output. That should show you what service is running a JVM. You can then 'svcadm disable' that service per zone. Hope it helps! -dp -- Daniel Price - Solaris Kernel Engineering - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - blogs.sun.com/dp _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com