On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 5:26 PM, Fabian R. Breschi <fabian.bres...@acm.org> wrote: >> A bit more clarity on that caution is due - this only >> applies to an >> NFS mount from the global zone on which the >> non-global zone is >> running. Further, I thought that this was an >> interaction between UFS >> and NFS that could cause a problem and that the NFS >> share was coming >> from ZFS the problem didn't exist. > > I'm totally using ZFS allocation with no involvement at all for UFS, so I > guess that the idea of achieving a share using the global-zone as the server > including the non-global zone dir it can be valid anyway?
Yes, you can use NFS to share a directory from the global zone to other systems, *and* use LOFS to mount that same directory into a zone on the same system as the global zone. --JeffV _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org