Hi Steve,

When you place the call with Sun Service, ask them to compare your situation to:

CR 6547153: GZ should be able to 'halt' a non-global zone (when a NGZ process 
is in biowait)

Steve Zinck wrote:
> I've run into the problem of a zone refusing to cleanly shut down a few 
> times now.  It gets stuck in the shutting_down state:
> 
>    6 as39             shutting_down  /zones/as39
> 
> 
> Here's ps -efZ |grep as39 from the global zone:
> 
>     as39    root   584     1   0   Jun 24 ?           0:00 zsched
>   global    root   575     1   0   Jun 24 ?           0:00 zoneadmd -z as39
>     as39  svctag  4914  4890   0        - ?           0:00 <defunct>
>     as39    root  4890     1   0   Jul 04 ?           1:25 
> /apps/oracle/oas/10.1.3.1/Apache/Apache/bin/httpd -d 
> /apps/oracle/oas/10.1.3.1/
> 
> I tried to kill -9 4914 and 4890 with no luck.  I tried to preap (w/ and 
> w/o -F) 4914 with no luck.  I've googled and I've seen this discussed in 
> the past but I want to know if there's any new suggestions.  I'm going 
> to open a call with Sun, what information should I gather for them?  
> halt -d?
> 
> This server is a T2000, S10 11/06:
> SunOS gc16 5.10 Generic_118833-36 sun4v sparc SUNW,Sun-Fire-T200
> 
> This zone is a whole root zone and it lives on a zfs filesystem.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Steve
> 
> 
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