Konstantin Gremliza wrote: > > Hi Brad, > > unfortunatly there is no > > who -r > > for smf.
who -r still works in a zone. [EMAIL PROTECTED]> zonename zone1 [EMAIL PROTECTED]> who -r . run-level 3 Jan 24 14:53 3 0 S > i don't know if there is a rfe for this. the default milestone > is "all" , but you cannot query the state for this milestone The command is # svcprop -p options_ovr/milestone system/svc/restarter:default Please see SMF FAQ 1.5, 2.13. > so you > don't know when the graph is ready. the best thing i would consider is > running > > svcs -x. This is not the intended use for -x switch. My zone has been up for 6 minutes, AND I have output for svcs -x. It does not mean that my zone is not ready. [EMAIL PROTECTED]> uptime 2:59pm up 6 min(s), 0 users, load average: 0.00, 0.05, 0.03 [EMAIL PROTECTED]> svcs -x svc:/application/print/server:default (LP print server) State: disabled since Thu Jan 24 14:53:05 2008 Reason: Disabled by an administrator. See: http://sun.com/msg/SMF-8000-05 See: lpsched(1M) Impact: 2 dependent services are not running. (Use -v for list.) > if nothing shows up everything is ok. you could use zonemgr to run the > command in all the zones simultaneously, but somebody at sun should fix > this and many other things in smf too. If I want to know a zone is done booting, I would check the state of the zone with zoneadm. If it's "running", I have reasonable confidence that the zone is done booting. If it's "running" and some service has not finished and this hinders what I want to do, I would write the alias with detailed comments, and after that, possibly file a bug. CT _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com