It should be possible to:

zoneadm -z <zone> move /zones/tmp/<zone>
<push disks around>
zoneadm -z <zone> move /<original-dir>

That prevents a need to use zonecfg or doing unsupported things.


On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 3:03 PM, Christine Tran
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 2:16 PM, Amol Chiplunkar
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I would also look at zoneadm -z <zone> move <new-path>
>> e.g. zoneadm -z <zone> /large-filesystempath/<zonepath>
>> Unless you are particular about '/zones' path, you don't even have to
>> remount it as /zones
> This is a unique problem.  Turns out we're not the only one.  We had
> to move the zonepath somewhere else, but the "somewhere else" needs to
> have the same mountpoint.  It's the underlying devices that we want to
> change.  Obviously, zoneadm move will move /oldzonepath to
> /newzonepath but how will I remount to /oldzonepath, I can't change
> zonepath with zonecfg.  Eventually I had to manually edit the stuff in
> /etc/zones, not that I advocate anyone to do this, but it worked for
> us.
> CT
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