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relationship or difference between entitled memory and locked memory

Hello solaris experts,

Being new to solaris containers, from Linux, feeling difficulty in understanding certain concepts. Hope somebody can help me here.


I understand that, & some questions ....
  • Locked memory -- memory which will not be swapped out at any cause.
    • is this for individual zones ? or ?
  • Entitled memory -- memory that is allocated to a zone.
    • no other zone / global zone can use that, even that particular zone is not using that part of memory ?
    • if memory is entitled, that particular zone cannot access beyond that ?
    • if memory is not entitled, it can occupy as much as possible from global zone ?
What is the relationship between entitled memory and locked memory in solaris containers ?

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