Pascal wrote:
> bash-3.00# cat /etc/release
>                        Solaris 10 8/07 s10s_u4wos_12b SPARC
>            Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
>                         Use is subject to license terms.
>                             Assembled 16 August 2007
> 
> zonecfg -z aap -f aap.cmdfile
> 
> 
> # aap.cmdfile
> create -b
> set zonepath=/zoneroot/aap
> set autoboot=true
> add device
> set match=/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A93746F9BB09d0s2
> end
> add device
> set match=/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A93946F9CD8Bd0s2
> end
> add device
> set match=/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000292EFE0000444D4712D98Ad0s2
> end
> add device
> set match=/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000292EFE0000440146F9CCE4d0s2
> end
> add fs
> set dir=/aoracrp
> set special=/dev/dsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A98547296219d0s0
> set raw=/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A98547296219d0s0
> set type=ufs
> end
> add net
> set address=10.2.0.99
> set physical=ce0
> end
> exit
> 
> zone is created succesfully, except that I can not see my raw devices in the 
> zone.
> 
> Is this still a bug?
> 
> As a workaround:
> Can I make links from my non global zone devicetree to the global zone device 
> tree?
> 
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          67 Oct 18 15:59 
> /dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A93946F9CD8Bd0s2 -> 
> ../../devices/scsi_vhci/[EMAIL PROTECTED]:c,raw
> 
> ln -s  /devices/scsi_vhci/[EMAIL PROTECTED]:c,raw 
> /zoneroot/aap/dev/rdsk/c3t600A0B8000269A560000A93946F9CD8Bd0s2
> 
> or must I use mknod (if yes, can you give an example of this .. )

It sounds like you are hitting the following known bug:

6608977 Can't add device to non-global zone in S10 update 4

It looks like this is fixed in patch 125914-01 for x86 and
patch 127111-03 for sparc, although 127111-03 isn't quite released
yet.

Jerry
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