Paul Davis wrote: > > Sounds like they want to access the local zone's console directly from a > terminal server? I don't believe there is a concept of that in the zones > model (of course, the local zone's console is normally started with > "zlogin -C zonename" from the global zone).
Sure sounds like they have a bunch of serial-attach devices that they multiplex onto the network using a terminal concentrator and demultiplex in software at the computer, and they want to make some or all of those serial connections available to applications running in local zones. > Christine Tran wrote: >> Jerry Jelinek wrote: >> >>> Christine Tran wrote: >>> >>>> A customer is unable to share something called the "terminal server >>>> ports" to non-global zone. I don't know what these are, but here's >>>> the description: >>>> >>>> "Serial sensor interfaces are fed to a patch panel and then received >>>> by a digital terminal server. Terminal server sends output to a >>>> switch, to which the host is connected. Terminal server port driver >>>> installs in global zone, creates /dev/dty/tt1, /dev/tty/tt2 ..." >>>> >>>> He tried adding the device by "set match = /dev/dty/*" but the device >>>> does not appear in the non-global zone. >>>> >>>> Any thoughts? >>>> >>> Is it /dev/dty or /dev/tty? The example shows both. What version are >>> they running? There is a known bug with wildcard matching in u4: >>> >>> 6632938 zonecfg fnmatch device matching interface seems to be broken >>> >>> >> >> Sorry, that's /dev/dty/* not /dev/tty/*, my typo. >> >> And thanks for the bug, this may be it. >> >> CT >> _______________________________________________ >> zones-discuss mailing list >> firstname.lastname@example.org >> > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > email@example.com _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org