Richard Elling wrote: > 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.
the patch to fix the patch of zones on zfs is pending. 119254/119255 revision 49, we hope to release this in the coming days ( maybe by COB today even ) > >> Recommendations? >> > > Use Solaris 10 9/07. It has more than a year's worth of improvements > and enhancements to Solaris. I think you mean 8/07, ( update 4 ) release? But yes this release is most advised, Enda > -- richard > > _______________________________________________ > zfs-discuss mailing list > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/zfs-discuss _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com