> > As I've mentioned in the past to Dan, it's worth noting that Crossbow is
> > not the only project that has significant impact here -- e.g., Clearview
> > UV and Clearview IPMP (among other projects) also made significant changes
> > to both kernel and userland that are presumed to be in lockstep. I
> > suspect you will be safe with shared-stack, but exclusive stack will pose
> > some significant challenges, and in some cases you may find the path of
> > least resistance is to use the S11 userland binaries inside the S10 zone.
> Using the S11 binaries might be what we wind up doing
> for this. We haven't started to investigate the exclusive
> stack yet, so we don't know all of the issues. We do
> already have a mechanism for running binaries from the
> global zone and we do use that in some other cases already.
> One concern might be around 3rd party S10 apps that want to
> do networking stuff directly. I'm not sure how common
> that would be or what, if anything, would not work.
That should be pretty uncommon as the affected interfaces are unstable,
undocumented, and undergoing fairly regular change.
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