We've been testing to see if there is a threshold of trying to start too
many in parallel but so far we don't see anything.
We saw the problem trying to start 3 zones in parallel but it was very
intermittent. Like 1 out of every 4 tries at started all 40 zones we would
see 1 failure. We ran some tests starting 10 zones in parallel and so far
no errors. Our assumption was that if it was load related moving from 3 to
10 zones we would see problems.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 2:48 PM, Ian Collins <i...@ianshome.com> wrote:
> On 12/ 2/11 05:39 AM, Derek McEachern wrote:
>> Have a peculiar problem that I haven't seen before.
>> When starting a system that has about 35 - 40 zones on it occasionally we
>> see that one of the zones doesn't come up properly. You can log into the
>> zone but none of the /etc/rc3.d scripts have been run.
>> The same zone, or a random one?
> What happens if you halt one or more zones before rebooting? Is there a
> threshold where the problem begins to occur?
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