Accessing a tape device (or any device) from a non-global zone in Solaris
The following is a simple example of creating a ZFS filesystem and using it to hold a newly-created Solaris Zone (Solaris Container)
This article describes how to display the Solaris Zone Status and Configuration from the global zone.
This article provides a series of examples of adding different file systems, raw and disk devices to a non-global zone.
This article simply provides a zone state flow chart and a table listing the state of non-global zones under Solaris.
This article simply provides addiational zone states from my previous post on the subject.
You can migrate a kernel zone to another host by using the zoneadm command. For zone migrations, a zone configuration must be portable across machines.
You can set time values in non-global zones that are different from the value in the global zone.
The beauty of zones under Solaris for me is the ability to clone any zone and then easily adapt it for it's new resources and function.
A simple procedure to uninstall a solaris zone in an incomplete state
If the filesystem is created in the global zone and added to the local zone via zonecfg, it may be assigned to more than one zone
This post is an introduction to the new virtual technology introduced from Sun Microsystems, namely Solaris Zones (not containers)