I recently migrated a physical server to a zone, everything works perfectly except the /etc/system parameters.
I was expecting that the migration process would consider the entries in the /etc/system file and create automatically the corresponding project. I know, the projects are "user" related, so it's not that easy to integrated this step in a "phyisical to virtual" processes.
My question is now, how do i know which /etc/system value corrispond to wich projects value.
Does someboady have a nice page or document where i pickup this infos?? /etc/system value "A" = projects "A"
Here is my /etc/system file:
I need help with projects in Solaris 10, sparc system; and I am fairly new at this.
I know I can add new parameters for projects in /etc/projects or
projmod -a -K "task.max-lwps=(priv,100,deny)" myproject
I know that there are current process using that old attribute.
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