On Sun, 6 Jan 2008, James C. McPherson wrote:
> Al Hopper wrote:
>> It's not recommended practice to modify the zone config files directly (bad
>> boy James!).
> Bad boy Al for making an unwarranted assumption about what
> I have or have not done!
>> While configuring the zone you can do this:
>> add fs
>> set dir=/tanku/home
>> set special=/tanku/home
>> set type=lofs
>> set options=nodevices
> which is exactly what I've been doing.
Sorry James. :(
>> My preference is to add the user in the zone using useradd with no "-m" or
>> "-d" switch, and then followup by setting the /etc/passwd entry to
>> /tanku/home/username and avoid using the /export/home and /home
>> conventions. This leaves open the possibility of some NFS mounts later.
> All of which is a workaround for the essential problem that
> we don't have a easy and obvious way of adding users to zones
> from the command line unless you use the webconsole thingy.
> James C. McPherson
> Senior Kernel Software Engineer, Solaris
> Sun Microsystems
> http://blogs.sun.com/jmcp http://www.jmcp.homeunix.com/blog
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