What he plans can be done easily using NGZ (non-global zones).
An NGZ also adds just a little bit of overhead (if any at all) to the
system - unlike vbox.
What would be the gain of using a more complex technology like
vbox/xen in comparison to NGZs?
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 13:42, Dr Hung-Sheng Tsao (LaoTsao) <
> May be use vbox or xen in opensolarris
> ------- Original message -------
>> From: Harry Putnam <rea...@newsguy.com>
>> Sent: 14/7/'09, 7:35
>> After reading only a little about zones.. I doubt I really get the
>> expected usage one might put a zone to.
>> My case is very homespun.... just a home lan with at most... 6
>> 1 vista(laptop) 3 winXP 1 linux 1 Opensolaris (2009.6 still using b111)
>> I've been mainly a linux user until recently but use 3 winXP machines
>> for video and photography processing since I work largely with all Adobe
>> tools. I'm more experienced with admin type chores on linux..
>> I'm using the Opensol machine for most backup type jobs across the
>> lan. Or in cases where the backup may originate on a windows machine
>> such as with `Retrospect', the opensol machine is the recipient only.
>> I wondered if there would be any advantage to creating a zone where
>> only the backup chores were handled, nothing else.
>> I can't be sure if that is even the kind of thing one would do with a
>> zone, but it seems kind of likely it would be handy to have an area
>> where nothing but backup chores were in order.
>> Another zone I've thought about would be for nameservice to my home
>> lan. Maybe a mail server might be another zone usage.
>> I hoped to hear from a few experienced `zones' users about such a usage.
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