Category: Solaris 10 Zones & LDOMs

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Solaris 10 : How to give Special Privileges to Some specific Zones

Whenever we install Solaris Zones, Solaris will assign some set of privileges to take care of activities that impacts overall systems that means that particular zone as well as other zones. And Solaris classifies the available privileges as  1. Default Privileges 2. Optional Privileges 3. Prohibited...

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Solaris Live Upgrade – Known Issues that frequently fails the Live Upgrade

      While troubleshooting some of the Live upgrade issues in my test environment, I have come across some important list of known issues which causes the Live Upgrade to fail. Even in the past, I have noticed that many Solaris folks complained about the...

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Deployment and understanding of LDOMS (Logical Domains)

Deployment and understanding of LDOMS (Logical Domains): Ldom technology allows us to allocate a system’s various resources such as memory, CPUs and devices (I/O,Networl interfaces etc) into logical groupings and create multiple, discrete systems each having their own operating system, resources, and identity within a single...

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Solaris10 Troubleshooting Zones : verify the configuration and Troubleshoot zones that fail to boot

Instructions to Verify the Configuration of Non-global Zones: 1. The zonecfg utility creates and modifies the configuration of a zone.  Its subcommand verify can be used to verify the current configuration for correctness: All resources have all of their required properties specified. A zonepath is specified...

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Solaris10 Troubleshooting Zones : Can’t boot to zones

The non-global zones (or zones) facility in Solaris[TM] provides an isolated environment for running applications. The zones FAQ can be found at OpenSolaris.org. Symptoms: zone boot error zone boot failed can’t login to the zone can’t access zone zone not running

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