With shared-IP zones the network statistics are not broken out
per-zone. If you configure the zone as an exclusive-IP zone, it gets
its own NICs, and the per-NIC counters will display what you want.
You didn't mention if your interest was in Solaris, OpenSolaris, or
both. In the future, project Crossbow will provide virtual NICs
(VNICs) which can be assigned per-zone, and IIRC the counters will all
be broken out per-VNIC, again giving you what you want. But that's not
even in OpenSolaris yet.
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 9:34 PM, Jon Ringuette <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Sorry if I am missing something obvious but is there a good way either via
> the Zone or Global Zone's SNMP to get the current bandwidth usage for a
> specific Zone or a command someone can think of that would give me this
> information? Currently it appears as though netstat -i in a zone is giving
> the same results as in the global?
> thank you,
> Jon Ringuette
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