I fired up the S10 version of this while running a dtrace script that monitors device and privlege access for Xvnc (vncserver is a perl script that fires up Xvnc)

There was an open for this device ...

/devices/pseudo/dtr...@0:helper

This happens because there are USDT probes in the Xvnc code. This was fixed by adding /dev/dtrace and having the initlization code for the USDT providers to use the /dev link. It looks like the Xvnc server that ships with Solaris was never recompiled on a latter version of Solaris that implemented the /dev links. What it means is the USDT probes in Xvnc don't initialize so you can't use them in a dtrace script, but Xvnc still works.



There is no devices directory in NGZ, so this open would fail. Now according to the

Brian Kolaci wrote:
Yes, I do that all the time.


On Jul 7, 2010, at 4:01 PM, Günther Schmidt wrote:

Hi all,

is it possible to run a vncserver in a non-global zone?

Günther

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