Hello zones-discuss, Lets say there is a zone z1 with its zonepath set to /zones/z1.
Now lets manually mount an extra file system from a global zone to /zones/z1/root/test You can boot a zone and it will be able to see the contents of /test properly (as expected). Now if you run df -h in a global zone that file system won't be displayed. I've quickly checked df code and instead of looking at a zone=XXX property for each mounted file system it checks if a mountpoint share a rootpath with any zone in a system - if it does then it skips that one (if in global zone). Why not to use zone=XXX property of mounted file systems? I'm not saying current behavior is bad but it is at least confusing. ? -- Best regards, Robert Milkowski mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://milek.blogspot.com _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org