> The software is bundled
> with a one-year Right-to-Use (RTU) license and
> premium support.
it did not say RTU is free
Dan Price wrote:
> On Wed 14 May 2008 at 05:51AM, James Litchfield wrote:
>> Both of these require the Solaris 9 Containers software (p2v comes
>> with the Containers software). The software has a 90 day free
>> evaluation license but production use requires purchase of an annual
>> license. Search for Solaris 9 Containers on www.sun.com.
> FYI-- the RTU is now fully free-- you pay only for support. The
> support includes the support for the Solaris 8 instances inside
> of the containers.
> A good starting point is this white paper:
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