Ajay,

It does work.  You need to format in the global zone, then you can newfs 
in the non global zone.

Aaron

Ajay Kumar wrote:
> Hello Folks,
>     I am trying to assign a disk slice to a zone. Is it possible to do 
> it? If I have to assign a disk/slice which can be formatted/newsfsed  
> inside a ngz what should be the syntax for such object...
> 
> bash-3.00# zonecfg -z zone1 info
> zonename: zone1
> zonepath: /zone1
> brand: native
> autoboot: true
> bootargs: -m verbose
> pool:
> limitpriv:
> scheduling-class:
> ip-type: exclusive
> inherit-pkg-dir:
>         dir: /lib
> inherit-pkg-dir:
>         dir: /platform
> inherit-pkg-dir:
>         dir: /sbin
> inherit-pkg-dir:
>         dir: /usr
> net:
>         address not specified
>         physical: qfe0
> device
>         match: /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s5
> dedicated-cpu:
>         ncpus: 1-2
>         importance: 10
> capped-memory:
>         physical: 500M
>         [swap: 500M]
>         [locked: 300M]
> attr:
>         name: commnet
>         type: string
>         value: "First Zone "
> rctl:
>         name: zone.max-swap
>         value: (priv=privileged,limit=524288000,action=deny)
> rctl:
>         name: zone.max-locked-memory
>         value: (priv=privileged,limit=314572800,action=deny)
> 
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