Physical and virual server difference

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Operating Systems Solaris Physical and virual server difference
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Old 11-14-2013
Originally Posted by omkar.jadhav
Is this the right approach i am taking to find out zone based virtual machine...
What is your expectation when dealing with a Solaris 10 branded zone running on top of a Solaris 11 global zone running on VirtualBox running on Ubuntu running on VMWare ?

Beware that most if not all the heuristics used to identify what the server is running on might be fooled.
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install-solaris - install the Solaris operating system SYNOPSIS
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