On 9 jul 2008, at 21:42, Konstantin Gremliza wrote: > I wrote a dtrace script to monitor zone states. The resulting > automata is in the attachment. > In the state down, we should still have a zsched (ps), but we should > not have any mounted filesystems, which is true (df). > There is no zsched running in that zone and nothing is mounted either (apart from the zone root).
> Its quite correct that you cannot say > zoneadm -z xxx boot > when the zone is still down. > Did you ever try > zoneadm -z xxx halt > ? If not, please do (this is my first tip). > I had tried that, and it hung. Now that I tried the halt + boot again, it worked. I guess James suggestion might have been true, i.e. a stuck kernel thread. This is not the first time it has happened, so when/if it happens again I'll know where to look. > I see you have the root of the zone on zfs. I guess you know, that > this is not supported. > Did you replicated the zones with zfs clone? > It is running on Nevada not Solaris 10, and as far as I know it is supported there :) Thanks for your help and the zone automat picture. cheers, /Martin -- Martin Englund, Security Engineer, .Sun Engineering, Sun Microsystems Inc. Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Time Zone: GMT-3 PGP: 1024D/AA514677 "The question is not if you are paranoid, it is if you are paranoid enough." _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com