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Old 10-09-2009
Resource Management Question

I 've 2 questions regarding resource pools and projects,

1. My system has 5 zones and 2 pools configured.
Now, how can i check which zone is running with with pool with the ps command , not with zonecfg command.

2. How can i check a process is running under which project ?
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Old 10-10-2009
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Originally Posted by fugitive
2. How can i check a process is running under which project ?
Code:
ps -e -o comm,projid,project

Check ps(1) – report process status (man pages section 1: User Commands) - Sun Microsystems for more parameters to -o option.

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