Le 2 oct. 08 à 22:37, Moore, Joe a écrit : > Nicolas Dorfsman wrote: >>> Personally, we've defined a DNS alias for <zonename>-vh to point to >>> the global zone for each of our local zones. That way we can `ssh >>> www-zh zoneadm -z www reboot` easily. >> >> Interesting. Why don't ssh to the non-global ? >> >> `ssh www init 6` > > That assumes several things that zoneadm reboot does not require: > > 1) that SSH is working on www and can create new processes to kick > init.
If ssh isn't allowed on www, I'm not sure it's a good idea to publish on which global zone is running www ? > 2) that SSH is configured so that our global zone operators are > allowed to log in to the www zone directly Good point. Another good reason to work on a quick and clean script to change my hobbit(http://hobbitmon.sourceforge.net/) screen depending on where is located non-global zone > 3) that we actually want to take the zone down nicely, by going > through the rc scripts to runlevel 0 and back :-) > But yes, those are in general good things to assume. Unless the > zone is peculiarly wedged. By all means, please try to take the > zone down cleanly rather than hitting it with the Big Hammer. Just > like you should kill without the -9 before you resort to -9. (Or > echo '$<systemdump' | mdb -kw) ! :-) _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com