Solaris zone on ZFS


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Solaris zone on ZFS

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Last edited by brusell; 05-05-2011 at 02:37 AM..
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You need to create your zpool first, then allocate the / and /var to the pool using your zone config file (or with the zonecfg cmd "add fs").

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Hi, that is not so simple. I need to create zpool and there two ZFS systems with quota set.

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