Moore, Joe writes:
> The other way that the global zone identity normally leaks through to the 
> non-global zones is through the system's hostid.  So if you compare the 
> output of `/usr/bin/hostid` with `for e in $allglobalzones ; do ssh $e 
> /usr/bin/hostid ; done`, you can easily see which global zone matches your 
> local.

Yet another way it leaks through, at least on systems with shared IP
stacks, is in hardware addresses.  Look at "netstat -np".

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