I am little confused with Solaris 10/08 release and it is not clear in the documentation. But say I set the global zone to cpu-shares=5 and say a zone1 to cpu-shares=3 and zone2 to cpu-shares=2.

1) do you have to set scheduling-class=FSS in all zones or is it assumed?
2) and does this mean that global zone is using 5/10, zone 1 is using 3/10 and zone2 is using 2/10 of the cpu resources   like when I set up the old way a pool.
3) and is this an easier way to do it or do I still need to use pools?


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