On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 3:32 PM, Patrick J.
> I am trying to pre-configure zones with sysidcfg as described in:
> clone a zone
> zoneadm -z <zone> ready
> edit <zonepath>/root/etc/sysidcfg
> zoneadm -z <zone> boot
> The problem is that after the zone boots I still have to do an initial
> "zlogin -C"
> to the zone to get the system to look at /etc/sysidcfg. How can I kick the
> so that it configures and comes up on the net without my having to do an
> login (and without having to write an expect script...)?
If you have a correct sysidcfg, you will never need to go thru the
system identification prompt at zlogin -C. Please post your sysidcfg.
Here's a barebone one that works for me:
YMMV. If you have an exclusive-ip zone you will have to touch
/etc/hostname.NIC in the zone as well.
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