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The zfs filesystem won't be mounted under zpool since zpool/tstdata has the legacy mount property. Were there other commands that used to mount the fs? For example: zonecfg:zion> zonecfg:zion> remove dataset name=tank/zone/zion zonecfg:zion1> exit For more information about what actions are allowed within zones, see Managing ZFS Properties Within a Zone. Did Sun remove that bug in U3 and re-introduce it in U4?

at http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-5461/6n7ht6qsn?a=view#gbbrq Links I found: -http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5106267&messageID=9362750 -http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5105732&messageID=9359873 -> Zones and ZFS broken. If you create the filesystem with the initial zonecfg, then it fails. Change the details of the new zone that differ from the existing one (e.g. Is importance mandatory?

Zonecfg Add Dataset

The zfs filesystem won't be mounted under zpool since zpool/tstdata has the legacy mount property. Yes. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.

  1. Summary You should now be able to log into the new zone, either from the root zone using zlogin or directly via ssh (of configured).
  2. Re: Adding ZFS as "fs" to zone fails From: cindy Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 12:45:45 -0700 Andrew, I'm unclear why you are trying to set zonepath when you adding
  3. This message posted from opensolaris.org Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Re: zoneadm install fails with legacy mounted ZFS filesystem Adrian Saul writes: > Hi James, > It fails
  4. I want to use the R2 luns, including the OS lun.
  5. To address the latter, ZFS uses the zoned property to indicate that a dataset has been delegated to a non-global zone at one point in time.
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Then, I'd like to mount the zone on the new host, using SRDF SAN luns (i.e. So ask yourself if you can do this with raw data in the same way? More detail would be appreciated. > 5) Use FSS when zone.cpu-shares is set > > Although the zone.cpu-shares rctl can be set on a zone, the Fair Share > Scheduler (FSS) Could someone change that?I've had one last go at understanding what the hell is going on,and what's *really* being complained about is the fact that the mountpointattribute is inherited (regardless of

Otherwise, Oracle Solaris Live Upgrade will fail with a read-only file system error. Zfs Set Zoned=off zonecfg:zion> create zonecfg:zion> add device zonecfg:zion:device> set match=/dev/zvol/dsk/tank/vol zonecfg:zion:device> end This syntax adds the tank/vol volume to the zion zone. Categories FeedHenry (4) General (33) Humour (22) Life (54) Multimedia (18) Music (1) Photography (11) Sport (15) Technology (170) Travel (8) TSSG (18) Waterford (28) Archives Archives Select Month April 2014 https://openindiana.org/pipermail/openindiana-discuss/2014-January/014820.html GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure

However, volumes can be added to a zone by using the zonecfg command's add device subcommand. Also, I had problems recently when I tried to migrate a zone with a dataset configured from one system to another. This means that users can easily think > they have configured their zone for a behavior that they are not > actually getting. > > We will enhance zoneadmd so that The zone administrator cannot change the sharenfs property because non-global zones cannot act as NFS servers.

Zfs Set Zoned=off

Notes If you are using ZFS datasets in your zones, then you may see the following error when trying to execute the clone command for the newly created zone: Could not For more information about the zonecfg command and about configuring resource types with zonecfg, see PartII, Zones, in System Administration Guide: Oracle Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Oracle Solaris Zones. Zonecfg Add Dataset I guess it comes down to whether you can mount the same zfs filesystem more than once (eg. Cannot Mount Dataset Is Exported To A Local Zone Privileged users in the zone can change any other settable property, except for quota and reservation properties.

That is, zonecfg output will continue to display > rctl settings in the current format (in addition to the new aliased > format) and zonecfg will continue to accept the existing If the zoned property is turned off while a dataset is in use within a zone, the system might behave in unpredictable ways. I can envision a minimized zone where this is too many. > capped-cpu > cpu-cap (a positive integer, default value 100 which > represents 100% of one cpu) I'm scared of Zoneadmd will > dynamically create a pool & pset (or eventually a mset) and assign the > number of cpus specified in zonecfg to that pset. Zfs Create Dataset

OK, here's a whole scenario (which also fails): # zfs create zpool/tstdata # zfs set mountpoint=legacy zpool/tstdata # zfs list NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT zpool 346M 117G 25.5K /zpool zpool/home A ZFS file system that isadded to a non-global zone must have its mountpoint propertyset to legacy."It has to be 'none' or it can't be delegated. Boot the zones again (and reverify correct status) # zoneadm -z zone1 boot
# zoneadm -z zone2 boot
# zoneadm list -vi
ID NAME STATUS PATH
0 Very useful article!

This ensures full backward compatibility for any > existing tools/scripts that parse zonecfg output or configure zones. Note that adding a raw volume to a zone has implicit security risks, even if the volume doesn't correspond to a physical device. Will it have a default value?

Cindy # zfs create pool/dummy # zfs set mountpoint=legacy pool/dummy # zonecfg -z myzone zonecfg:myzone> add fs zonecfg:myzone:fs> set type=zfs zonecfg:myzone:fs> set dir=/shared/dummy zonecfg:myzone:fs> set special=pool/dummy zonecfg:myzone:fs> end zonecfg:myzone> commit zonecfg:myzone>

Before setting the zoned property to off, ensure that the mountpoint property for the dataset and all its descendents are set to reasonable values and that no setuid binaries exist, or I thought it was complaining that zoneadm failed to inherit the mountpoint. Following the commands above, /zpool/tstdata is not mounted, and a directory with that name does not exist. If this step not done, many of the services on the new zone will not start and you may observe /etc/.UNCONFIGURED errors in certain log files.

A ZFS file system that is added to a non-global zone must have its mountpoint property set to legacy. alias rctl -------------------------------------------------------------- cpu-shares=X zone.cpu-shares(privileged, X, none) ... > If an rctl was already defined that did not match the expected value > (e.g. zonecfg:tst> create zonecfg:tst> set zonepath=/opt/zones/tst zonecfg:tst> set autoboot=true zonecfg:tst> add net zonecfg:tst:net> set address=10.0.0.105 zonecfg:tst:net> set physical=e1000g0 zonecfg:tst:net> end zonecfg:tst> add fs zonecfg:tst:fs> set type=zfs zonecfg:tst:fs> set dir=/data zonecfg:tst:fs> set special=zpool/tstdata Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 176 Star 1,112 Fork 181 joyent/smartos-live Code Issues 266 Pull requests 23 Projects

For more information, see PartII, Zones, in System Administration Guide: Oracle Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Oracle Solaris Zones. The error message makes a lot more sense now. Still gives an error... Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time.

add the renamed ZFS filesystem to the zone as ZFS dataset: zonecfg -z test-zone5 "add dataset; set name=zones/datasets/dataset1-test-zone5; end; verify; commit;" 7. This way I can have one zone that does the updates/writes to the filesystem and other zones that serve up the content (eg. zonecfg:tst> create zonecfg:tst> set zonepath=/opt/zones/tst zonecfg:tst> set autoboot=true zonecfg:tst> add net zonecfg:tst:net> set address=10.0.0.105 zonecfg:tst:net> set physical=e1000g0 zonecfg:tst:net> end zonecfg:tst> add fs zonecfg:tst:fs> set type=zfs zonecfg:tst:fs> set dir=/data zonecfg:tst:fs> set special=zpool/tstdata

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