Hi guys,

This is my version of Opensolaris:
Sun Microsystems Inc.   SunOS 5.11      snv_111b        November 2008

I have installed 2 zones on it:
k...@opensolaris:~$ zoneadm list -cv
  ID NAME             STATUS     PATH                           BRAND    IP
   0 global           running    /                              native   shared
   4 zone1            running    /vol1/zone1                    ipkg     shared
   5 zone2            running    /vol1/zone2                    ipkg     shared

Filesystem used is zfs.
k...@opensolaris:~$ zfs list
NAME                       USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
rpool                     4.79G  10.8G  81.5K  /rpool
rpool/ROOT                3.31G  10.8G    19K  legacy
rpool/ROOT/opensolaris    8.55M  10.8G  2.90G  /
rpool/ROOT/opensolaris-1   776K  10.8G  2.89G  /
rpool/ROOT/opensolaris-2  3.30G  10.8G  3.12G  /
rpool/dump                 511M  10.8G   511M  -
rpool/export              5.60M  10.8G    21K  /export
rpool/export/home         5.58M  10.8G    21K  /export/home
rpool/export/home/kido    5.56M  10.8G  5.56M  /export/home/kido
rpool/exported              20K   100M    20K  /rpool/exported
rpool/swap                 512M  11.2G   101M  -
rpool/zone1                243M   257M    22K  /vol1/zone1
rpool/zone1/ROOT           243M   257M    19K  legacy
rpool/zone1/ROOT/zbe       243M   257M   243M  legacy
rpool/zone2                242M  4.76G    22K  /vol1/zone2
rpool/zone2/ROOT           242M  4.76G    19K  legacy
rpool/zone2/ROOT/zbe       242M  4.76G   242M  legacy

zone1 is installed in /vol1/zone1 and zone2 in /vol1/zone2.
zone1 was configured as a "sparse root" zone (I used "create" command).
zone2 was configured as a "whole root" zone (I used "create -b" command).
Still, the space used is the same for both zones, as depicted above....Of 
course, I expected that zone2 to use more space than zone1 (GB vs. MB).

Can anybody tell what have  I done wrong? Is there something else I should've 
done, besides using "create -b" for the whole root zone creation?

Thank you,
kido
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