On 8/29/07, John Chase <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>
>  Remco,
>
>  There is no command to display the Global zone of a non-global zone
>  but there are a few tricks that I have heard of.
>
>  One is to create a file in the zone path of each zone and then read it
>  from the non-global
>      On the Global
>         touch /zone_path/root/etc/global.hostname
>
>      On the non
>         ls -l /etc/global*
>
>  -JOhn
>
>
>  Remco Fugers wrote:
>  Hi,
>
>  I was wondering if it's possible to find out to which global zone
>  a zone is related.  (And not from Globalzone point of view!)
>
>  It might happen (as a sysadmin) that you login to a zone but you need to
> perform maintenance in the global zone ( i.e. Veritas VM -stuff).

In a related, but similar situation. How does one know that they are
actually in a non-global zone vs a global zone? (Using a committed
interface).

-Brian
>
>  Thanks in advance
>
>  Remco
>
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