On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 08:00:28PM +0200, William Roche wrote: > Hello Vladi, > > Yes you can use LOFS to all your zones to share the file system providing > r/w access. I would even say that this is your BEST option. > > NFS mount in your local zones of a file system shared by the global zone is > absolutely not supported (including autofs access of course).
I think each zone's automounter is smart enough to use lofs instead of nfs for mounts from a non-global to a global zone. -Steve L. > > HTH, > William. > > > On 06/29/09 18:25, Yanakiev, Vladimir wrote: >> Need a help with a problem. We have VxFS file system, created in a >> global zone, and mounted under non-global zone as LOFS. Later, two new >> zones were created on the same server, that needed access to the very >> same file system. Someone decided to NFS-shareout this file system from >> the global zone, and NFS mount it on these two new zones. This (to my >> understanding) after few weeks corrupted bravely the file system, and >> today we experienced the same for second time. >> >> My question is - can I keep the file system in the global zone, loop >> back it (with LOFS) to all three zones, providing r/w access to all of >> them, without risk to corrupt it again? >> >> Thanks in advance for the help! >> >> Vladi >> _______________________________________________ >> zones-discuss mailing list >> email@example.com > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com