Fredrich Maney wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 2:27 PM, Edward Pilatowicz
> <edward.pilatow...@sun.com> wrote:
>> well, certainly you could remove packages, but why bother.
>> disk space is cheap.
> For the same reasons that you don't install unneeded packages in the
> first place: security, stability and space.
Thats really not the focus of the s8 branded zone.
If you're going to spend a lot of time tuning up
the zone, then you'd probably be better served
spending that time getting your software stack running
in a native s10 zone. The s8 brand is really intended
to help with consolidating unsupported, legacy software
stacks onto newer hardware. If you have a lot of time
to spend on each stack, then why spend it on something
thats obsolete? Of course, nothing is stopping you
from doing this though.
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