Glenn Faden wrote:
> I thought I answered that. The dbus-daemon is using a UNIX domain
> rendezvous file in /tmp in the global zone. The non-global zones have
> their own instances of /tmp, so the rendezvous file does not exist in
> their namespace. Even if it did, there would be other problems because
> the devices that get reported to HAL by the dbus-daemon don't exist in
> the non-global zones. HAL isn't zone-aware.
I understood that. What I didn't understand was why there wasn't a
completely separate instance of the dbus-daemon running in each zone,
with its own rendezvous file for communicating with clients in that
zone. Why would you expect there to be cross-zone communication here?
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