>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 onl y 1 java process visible in the global zone before I created the zones and after I created the zone s, there were about as many java processes (36) as zones (38). These processes add up in memory con sumption. > >Is there any way to disable java in the non-global zones?
Disable the "webconsole" service. Casper _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org