What is 3386? Is it the zone's init?

Just a guess: Zone users are not allowed to learn of pids outside of the zone.


--JeffV

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On Jun 2, 2010, at 3:30 AM, "Frank Batschulat (Home)" <frank.batschu...@sun.com > wrote:

just noticed something strange, perhaps someone has an explanation ?

after booting a zone and login to that:

osoldev.batschul./export/home/techdocs/solaris_kernel/zones.=> pfexec zoneadm -z zone2 boot

osoldev.batschul./export/home/techdocs/solaris_kernel/zones.=> ps - eafd -Z | grep login
 global batschul  3821   993   0 07:59:32 pts/3       0:00 grep login
global root 2301 1750 0 07:43:19 pts/5 0:00 zlogin -C zone2

now login to the zone:

osoldev.batschul./export/home/batschul.=> pfexec zlogin zone2
[Connected to zone 'zone2' pts/6]
Last login: Wed Jun  2 07:52:29 on pts/6
Oracle Corporation      SunOS 5.11      snv_140 May 2010

from the NGZ I see:

r...@zone2:~# ps -eafd|grep login
root 3823 3386 0 07:59:39 pts/6 0:00 /usr/bin/login -z global -f root
   root  3836  3824   0 08:00:30 pts/6       0:00 grep login

from tge GZ I see:

osoldev.batschul./export/home/techdocs/solaris_kernel/zones.=> ps - eafd -Z | grep login global root 3822 975 0 07:59:39 pts/2 0:00 zlogin zone2 zone2 root 3823 3822 0 07:59:39 ?? 0:00 /usr/bin/ login -z global -f root global root 2301 1750 0 07:43:19 pts/5 0:00 zlogin -C zone2
 global batschul  3831   993   0 07:59:43 pts/3       0:00 grep login


hugh? where does it got that from ?

zone2 root 3823 3822 0 07:59:39 ?? 0:00 /usr/bin/ login -z global -f root

this only happens when I use pfexec zlogin zone2, it does not
happen when logging in on the console ie. pfexec zlogin -C zone2

thanks
frankB




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