Morris Hooten wrote:
> I looked through the solarsinternals zfs best practices and not
> completly sure
> of the best scenario.
>   

ok, perhaps we should add some clarifications...

> I have a Solaris 10 6/06 Generic_125100-10 box with attached 3510 array
> and would like to use zfs on it. Should I create multiple logical disks
> thru the raid
> controller then create zfs raid file systems across the LD's?
>
>   

That method will work ok.  Many people do this with various RAID
arrays.  We can't answer the question "is it the best way?" because we
would need more detailed information on what you are trying to
accomplish and how you want to make design trade-offs.  So for now,
I would say it works just like you would expect.

> Can I also migrate zones that are on a ufs file system now into a newly
> created zfs file system
> although knowing the limitations with zones and zfs in 06/06?
>   

Zone limitations with ZFS should be well documented in the admin
guides.  Currently, the install and patch process is not ZFS aware, which
might cause you some difficulty with upgrading or patching.  There are
alternative methods to solve this problem, but you should be aware of the
current limitation.

> Recommendations?
>   

Use Solaris 10 9/07.  It has more than a year's worth of improvements
and enhancements to Solaris.
 -- richard

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