Derek McEachern wrote:
> It's possible that it could be nfs mount related since the zone did
> have nfs mounted fs's but they should have been umounted prior to
> shutting down the zone. In any event I can no longer get into the
> zone to checkusing zlogin and zlogin -C.
> I tried Bryan's suggestion on looking for processes that might have
> open filehandles to files under the zone's filesystem tree but I don't
> see that there are any.
When you get in that situation all you can do is try to manually kill
everything (kill -9) and hope that it then shuts down. Typically you'll
find one process you can't kill or do anything with, in which case you
have to reboot the global zone.
It sucks, been there many times.
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