Jeff Cheeney wrote:
> Maybe someone on the install or zones discussion lists can help answer
> this question.
> Giovanni Schmid wrote:
>> I have read different articles/docs/posts about solaris zones and
>> liveupgrade issues until now; however, I have some doubts about the right
>> way to deploy liveupgrade boot environments in the following case.
>> I have a system with two disks configured as "mirrors" (that is, the same
>> fdisk partition and VTOC).
>> On the primary disk, I installed Solaris 10 8/07 with two sparse root zones,
>> say Z1 and Z2. Just two file systems were settled on the primary disk: an
>> UFS mounted on /, and a ZFS pool mirroring slice 4 of the two disks and
>> mounted on /zfspool on the 1st disk. The UFS is intended to contain all but
>> user's homes. These are served through a ZFS, namely /zfspool/users/home.
>> Only zone Z2 inherits this ZFS, via the "add fs" setting.
>> All that premised, my questions are:
>> What is the correct way of using Live Upgrade for this case ? Would
>> something like:
>> # lucreate -c bootenv1 -m /:c2d0s0:ufs -n bootenv2
>> be sufficient ? That is, will Z2 in bootenv2 "see" /zfspool/users/home ?
zfs with live upgrade isn't properly supported yet, but a simple shared
zfs file system shared across BEs does work without hickups.
If your zonepaths aren't on that zfs file system, this should be a
>> Any help is appreciated !
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