> I've run into difficulty installing sparc kernel patch 120011-14 from the
> Oct/03/07 recommended patch cluster onto 6/01 and 6/06 systems with
> non-global zones (whether small or large).
> As long as all non-global zones are halted (and don't have ZFS roots), the
> patch installs all right in the global zone. However, it gives a failure
> message for installation in the non-global zones because user nobody can't
> read the zone roots (due to the required 700 permissions on those
> directories). If I try to give nobody read access to those directories, the
> patch fails anyhow because it can't boot the non-global zone (it fails on the
> 700 perms check). I can't run the patch with the zones already started
> because the kernel patch requires them to be halted (for deferred activation
> patching). So, I'm boxed in.
> There are a couple other patches not installing into the non-global zones
> because they fail a dependency check on the kernel patch. I'm hoping that
> the small zones are inheriting the patches anyhow, but I don't know what to
> do with the big zones.
> Any thoughts?
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wierd, my zonepaths are all 700 and it works fine, what is the
permission of the parent of zonepath?
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