hm.
the errors below seem to indicate that you're tying to uninstall a
running zone.  did you by chance edit any of the files in /etc/zones?
i've only seen this error if i've mucked with those files and made the
zone state inconsistent between the kernel and userland.
ed

On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 09:46:53AM -0400, Andrew Dishong wrote:
> Getting the following error after trying to uninstall a zone,any ideas?
>
> [lab-15k-c]:~\ # zoneadm -z test1 uninstall
> Are you sure you want to uninstall zone test1 (y/[n])? y
> rm: Unable to remove directory /zonesHA/test1/test1/root/usr/lib/cpu:
> File exists
> rm: Unable to remove directory /zonesHA/test1/test1/root/usr/lib:
> File exists
> rm: Unable to remove directory /zonesHA/test1/test1/root/usr: File
> exists
> rm: Unable to remove directory /zonesHA/test1/test1/root: File exists
> zoneadm: zone 'test1': '/usr/bin/rm -rf' failed with exit code 2.
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