Did you try using the: "zfs send"
command? If each zone is in it's own zfs file system it makes sense that you could send the zfs file system containing the zone from one zpool to another or from one server to another using that "zfs send" command. You can even teleport an entire beadm boot environment from one server to another and boot it up a thousand miles away on the other side of the world like this: http://blogs.sun.com/migi/entry/broken_opensolaris_never The zfs send command is very powerful and can get very complicated if you have lots of snapshots or recursive file systems and things that need to be moved. In my opinion, the best way to learn how to master it is to buy a copy of this book called the "OpenSolaris Bible": http://www.amazon.com/OpenSolaris-Bible-Wiley-Nicholas-Solter/dp/0470385480/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1248105398&sr=8-1 About 90% of what I know, I stole from that book. The chapter that demystifies and introduces dtrace is the best chapter on the subject I've ever read and that alone is worth the price of the book (in my humble opinion). The chapter on HA clusters, which I'm just getting in to is interesting as well. -- This message posted from opensolaris.org _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com