Hi,

If not, is there something I can look for to see if the zones have indeed 
booted?


Something like

zlogin dnsserver uname -a

(where dnsserver is the zonename) in your start script to check if the zone(s) are running might help

regards

Bernd


Alex wrote:
I am using non-global zones configured with the 'dedicated-cpu' stanza which 
results in a dynamically created pset with however many cpus I designated with 
the 'ncpus' key. I subsequently use psradm(1M) to set 'no-intr' on those cores 
that are dedicated to the non-global zones. I have attempted to write an SMF 
manifest for this and I thought that a reasonable dependency chain was:

svc:/system/zones
svc:/system/pools

It turns out however that the service which configures my 'no-intr' flagged 
cores can start as soon as those services are online, but that typically 
happens much quicker than the zones boot so I effectively end up with no cores 
having the 'no-intr' flag set. My question is, is there a service that I can 
rely on being available after zones have booted so I can safely assume the 
'no-intr' flags are set if my service is online? If not, is there something I 
can look for to see if the zones have indeed booted?

Thanks!

-Alex

Message was edited by: astade2


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