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Zones for Solaris 10

$ zfs list
tank0            11.1G  22.2G   808M  /data
tank0/zone-0      803M  1.22G   803M  /data/zone-0
$ zfs create tank0/zone-1
$ zfs set quota=2G tank0/zone-1
$ zfs list
tank0            11.1G  22.2G   808M  /data
tank0/zone-0      803M  1.22G   803M  /data/zone-0
tank0/zone-1       18K  2.00G    18K  /data/zone-1
$ echo "zone-1:100:Solaris Zone:root,bob::rcap.max-rss=268435456" >> /etc/project
$ tail -2 /etc/project
zone-0:100:Solaris Zone:root,alice::rcap.max-rss=268435456
zone-1:100:Solaris Zone:root,bob::rcap.max-rss=268435456

$ zonecfg -z zone-1
zone-1: No such zone configured
Use 'create' to begin configuring a new zone.
zonecfg:zone-1> create
zonecfg:zone-1> set zonepath=/data/zone-1
zonecfg:zone-1> set zonename=zone-1
zonecfg:zone-1> add net
zonecfg:zone-1:net> set physical=hme0
zonecfg:zone-1:net> set address=
zonecfg:zone-1:net> set defrouter=
zonecfg:zone-1:net> end
zonecfg:zone-1> add capped-memory
zonecfg:zone-1:capped-memory> set physical=64m
zonecfg:zone-1:capped-memory> set swap=128m
zonecfg:zone-1:capped-memory> set locked=32m
zonecfg:zone-1:capped-memory> end
zonecfg:zone-1> verify
zonecfg:zone-1> commit
Mzonecfg:zone-1> ^D

The verify does not seem to work, as actually installing (cloning) the zone fails:

$ zoneadm -z zone-1 clone zone-0
/data/zone-1 must not be group readable.
/data/zone-1 must not be group executable.
/data/zone-1 must not be world readable.
/data/zone-1 must not be world executable.
could not verify zonepath /data/zone-1 because of the above errors.
zoneadm: zone zone-1 failed to verify
$ chmod 0700 /data/zone-1/
$ zoneadm -z zone-1 clone zone-0
zoneadm: zone 'zone-1': clone operation is invalid for running zones.

Oh, right, we have to halt the zone we want to clone from first:

$ zoneadm -z zone-0 halt
$ time zoneadm -z zone-1 clone zone-0
Cloning zonepath /data/zone-0...
grep: can't open /a/etc/dumpadm.conf

real    4m22.398s
user    0m4.331s
sys     1m7.735s

Hm, strange error message, but the new zone seems to work:

$ time zoneadm -z zone-1 boot
real    0m10.801s
user    0m0.145s
sys     0m0.083s

$ zoneadm list -iv
  ID NAME             STATUS     PATH                           BRAND    IP    
   0 global           running    /                              native   shared
   7 zone-1           running    /data/zone-1                   native   shared
   - zone-0           installed  /data/zone-0                   native   shared

$ zlogin zone-1
[Connected to zone 'zone-1' pts/3]
Last login: Sun Jan  4 18:23:19 on pts/3
Sun Microsystems Inc.   SunOS 5.10      Generic January 2005
zone-1# uname -a
SunOS zone-1 5.10 Generic_137137-09 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-250
zone-1# uptime 
  7:05pm  up  1 user,  load average: 0.96, 0.29, 0.24


  • RTFM on the disklayout again, currently we have:
  global# zfs list tank0/zone-1
  tank0/zone-1   802M  1.22G   802M  /data/zone-1
  zone-1# df -h
  Filesystem             size   used  avail capacity  Mounted on
  /                        0K   802M   1.2G    40%    /
  /dev                   2.0G   802M   1.2G    40%    /dev
  /lib                    16G   5.7G   9.9G    37%    /lib
  /platform               16G   5.7G   9.9G    37%    /platform
  /sbin                   16G   5.7G   9.9G    37%    /sbin
  /usr                    16G   5.7G   9.9G    37%    /usr
  zone-1# mount -v | grep /usr
  /usr on /usr type lofs read-only/setuid/nodevices/nosub/dev=154000a on Sun Jan  4 19:04:43 2009
  zone-1# pkginfo | wc -l
  • RTFM on resource_controls(5), especially what happened to capped-memory and rcap.max-rss?
 zone-1# /usr/local/bin/top | grep Memory
 Memory: 768M phys mem, 43M free mem, 960M total swap, 915M free swap
  • Although the new zone is responding to ping(1), networking feels kinda b0rked:
 zone-1# netstat -ni
 Name  Mtu  Net/Dest      Address        Ipkts  Ierrs Opkts  Oerrs Collis Queue
 lo0   8232      288    0     288    0     0      0    
 hme0  1500   943910 10    703980 0     28737  0     <---- these are the GLOBAL packets!
 zone-1# netstat -ni


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