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SystemAdministration Guide
Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
Preface
SolarisVirtualization ProductOverview
Part I Resource Management
1 Introduction to Solaris Resource Management
ResourceManagementOverview
Resource Classifications
ResourceManagement ControlMechanisms
ResourceManagement Configuration
Interaction WithNon-Global Zones
When to Use ResourceManagement
Server Consolidation
Supporting a Large or Varied User Population
Setting Up ResourceManagement (TaskMap)
2 Projects andTasks (Overview)
Project and Task Facilities
Project Identifiers
Determining a User'sDefault Project
Setting User Attributes With the useradd, usermod, and passmgmt Commands
project Database
PAMSubsystem
Naming Services Configuration
Local /etc/project File Format
Project Configuration for NIS
Project Configuration for LDAP
Task Identifiers
Commands Used With Projects and Tasks
3 Administering Projects andTasks
Administering Projects and Tasks (TaskMap)
Example Commands and Command Options
Command Options Used With Projects and Tasks
Using cron and su With Projects and Tasks
Administering Projects
How toDefine a Project and View the Current Project
How toDelete a Project From the /etc/project File
How to Validate the Contents of the /etc/project File
How toObtain ProjectMembership Information
How to Create aNew Task
How toMove a Running Process Into aNew Task
Editing and Validating Project Attributes
How to Add Attributes and Attribute Values to Projects
How to Remove Attribute Values From Projects
How to Remove a Resource Control Attribute From a Project
How to Substitute Attributes and Attribute Values for Projects
How to Remove the Existing Values for a Resource Control Attribute
4 Extended Accounting (Overview)
Introduction to Extended Accounting
How Extended Accounting Works
Extensible Format
exacct Records and Format
Using Extended Accounting on a Solaris System with Zones Installed
Extended Accounting Configuration
Commands Used With Extended Accounting
Perl Interface to libexacct
5 Administering Extended Accounting (Tasks)
Administering the Extended Accounting Facility (TaskMap)
Using Extended Accounting Functionality
How to Activate Extended Accounting for Processes, Tasks, and Flows
How to Activate Extended Accounting With a Startup Script
How to Display Extended Accounting Status
How to View Available Accounting Resources
How toDeactivate Process, Task, and Flow Accounting
Using the Perl Interface to libexacct
How to Recursively Print the Contents of an exacct Object
How to Create aNew Group Record and Write It to a File
How to Print the Contents of an exacct File
Example Output From Sun::Solaris::Exacct::Object->dump()
6 Resource Controls (Overview)
Resource Controls Concepts
Resource Limits and Resource Controls
Interprocess Communication and Resource Controls
Resource Control ConstraintMechanisms
Project AttributeMechanisms
Configuring Resource Controls and Attributes
Available Resource Controls
Zone-Wide Resource Controls
Units Support
Resource Control Values and Privilege Levels
Global and Local Actions on Resource Control Values
Resource Control Flags and Properties
Resource Control Enforcement
GlobalMonitoring of Resource Control Events
Applying Resource Controls
Temporarily Updating Resource Control Values on a Running System
Updating Logging Status
Updating Resource Controls
Commands Used With Resource Controls
7 Administering Resource Controls (Tasks)
Administering Resource Controls (TaskMap)
Setting Resource Controls
How to Set theMaximumNumber of LWPs for Each Task in a Project
How to SetMultiple Controls on a Project
Using the prctl Command
How to Use the prctl Command to DisplayDefault Resource Control Values
How to Use the prctl Command to Display Information for a Given Resource Control 107
How toUse prctl to Temporarily Change a Value
How toUse prctl to Lower a Resource Control Value
How toUse prctl to Display, Replace, and Verify the Value of a Control on a Project ... 108
Using rctladm
How toUse rctladm
Using ipcs
How toUse ipcs
Capacity Warnings
How toDetermine Whether a Web Server Is Allocated Enough CPU Capacity
8 Fair Share Scheduler (Overview)
Introduction to the Scheduler
CPU ShareDefinition
CPU Shares and Process State
CPU Share Versus Utilization
CPU Share Examples
Example 1: Two CPU-Bound Processes in Each Project
Example 2:No Competition Between Projects
Example 3: One Project Unable to Run
FSS Configuration
Projects and Users
CPU Shares Configuration
FSS and Processor Sets
FSS and Processor Sets Examples
Combining FSS With Other Scheduling Classes
Setting the Scheduling Class for the System
Scheduling Class on a System with Zones Installed
Commands Used With FSS
9 Administering the Fair Share Scheduler (Tasks)
Administering the Fair Share Scheduler (TaskMap)
Monitoring the FSS
How toMonitor System CPU Usage by Projects
How toMonitor CPU Usage by Projects in Processor Sets
Configuring the FSS
How toMake FSS theDefault Scheduler Class
How toManuallyMove Processes From the TS Class Into the FSS Class
How toManuallyMove Processes From All User Classes Into the FSS Class
How toManuallyMove a Project's Processes Into the FSS Class
How to Tune Scheduler Parameters
10 Physical Memory ControlUsing the Resource Capping Daemon (Overview)
Introduction to the Resource CappingDaemon
How Resource Capping Works
Attribute to Limit PhysicalMemory Usage
rcapd Configuration
Using the Resource CappingDaemon on a System With Zones Installed
Memory Cap Enforcement Threshold
Determining Cap Values
rcapd Operation Intervals
Monitoring Resource Utilization With rcapstat
Commands Used With rcapd
11 Administering the Resource Capping Daemon (Tasks)
Setting the Resident Set Size Cap
How toAdd anrcap.max-rss Attribute for a Project
How to Use the projmod Command to Add an rcap.max-rss Attribute for a Project
Configuring and Using the Resource CappingDaemon (TaskMap)
Administering the Resource CappingDaemon With rcapadm
How to Set theMemory Cap Enforcement Threshold
How to Set Operation Intervals
How to Enable Resource Capping
How to Disable Resource Capping
Producing Reports With rcapstat
Reporting Cap and Project Information
Monitoring the RSS of a Project
Determining the Working Set Size of a Project
ReportingMemory Utilization and theMemory Cap Enforcement Threshold
12 Resource Pools (Overview)
Introduction to Resource Pools
Introduction toDynamic Resource Pools
About Enabling and Disabling Resource Pools andDynamic Resource Pools
Resource Pools Used in Zones
When to Use Pools
Resource Pools Framework
/etc/pooladm.conf Contents
Pools Properties
Implementing Pools on a System
project.pool Attribute
SPARC:Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations and Resource Pools
Creating Pools Configurations
DirectlyManipulating theDynamic Configuration
pooldOverview
ManagingDynamic Resource Pools
Configuration Constraints and Objectives
Configuration Constraints
Configuration Objectives
poold Properties
poold Features That Can Be Configured
pooldMonitoring Interval
poold Logging Information
Logging Location
LogManagement With logadm
HowDynamic Resource Allocation Works
About Available Resources
Determining Available Resources
Identifying a Resource Shortage
Determining Resource Utilization
Identifying Control Violations
Determining Appropriate Remedial Action
Using poolstat toMonitor the Pools Facility and Resource Utilization
poolstat Output
Tuning poolstat Operation Intervals
Commands Used With the Resource Pools Facility
13 Creating and Administering Resource Pools (Tasks)
Administering Resource Pools (TaskMap)
Enabling and Disabling the Pools Facility
How to Enable the Resource Pools Service Using svcadm
How to Disable the Resource Pools Service Using svcadm
How to Enable theDynamic Resource Pools Service Using svcadm
How to Disable theDynamic Resource Pools Service Using svcadm
How to Enable Resource Pools Using pooladm
How to Disable Resource Pools Using pooladm
Configuring Pools
How to Create a Static Configuration
How toModify a Configuration
How to Associate a Pool With a Scheduling Class
How to Set Configuration Constraints
How toDefine Configuration Objectives
How to Set the poold Logging Level
How to Use Command Files With poolcfg
Transferring Resources
How toMove CPUs Between Processor Sets
Activating and Removing Pool Configurations
How to Activate a Pools Configuration
How to Validate a Configuration Before Committing the Configuration
How to Remove a Pools Configuration
Setting Pool Attributes and Binding to a Pool
How to Bind Processes to a Pool
How to Bind Tasks or Projects to a Pool
How to Set the project.pool Attribute for a Project
How toUse project Attributes to Bind a Process to a Different Pool
Using poolstat to Report Statistics for Pool-Related Resources
DisplayingDefault poolstat Output
ProducingMultiple Reports at Specific Intervals
Reporting Resource Set Statistics
14 Resource Management Configuration Example
Configuration to Be Consolidated
Consolidation Configuration
Creating the Configuration
Viewing the Configuration
15 Resource Control Functionality in the Solaris Management Console
Using the Console (TaskMap)
ConsoleOverview
Management Scope
Performance Tool
How to Access the Performance Tool
Monitoring by System
Monitoring by Project or UserName
Resource Controls Tab
How to Access the Resource Controls Tab
Resource Controls You Can Set
Setting Values
Console References
Part II Zones
16 Introduction to Solaris Zones
ZonesOverview
When to Use Zones
How Zones Work
Summary of Zone Features
HowNon-Global Zones Are Administered
HowNon-Global Zones Are Created
Non-Global Zone StateModel
Non-Global Zone Characteristics
Using ResourceManagement Features WithNon-Global Zones
Features Provided byNon-Global Zones
Setting Up Zones on Your System (TaskMap)
17 Non-Global Zone Configuration (Overview)
About Resources in Zones
Pre-Installation Configuration Process
Zone Components
ZoneName and Path
Zone Autoboot
Resource Pool Association
dedicated-cpu Resource
capped-cpu Resource
Scheduling Class
PhysicalMemory Control and the capped-memory Resource
ZoneNetwork Interfaces
File SystemsMounted in Zones
ConfiguredDevices in Zones
Setting Zone-Wide Resource Controls
Configurable Privileges
Including a Comment for a Zone
Using the zonecfg Command
zonecfgModes
zonecfg InteractiveMode
zonecfg Command-FileMode
Zone ConfigurationData
Resource and Property Types
Resource Type Properties
Tecla Command-Line Editing Library
18 Planning and Configuring Non-Global Zones (Tasks)
Planning and Configuring aNon-Global Zone (TaskMap)
Evaluating the Current System Setup
Disk Space Requirements
Restricting Zone Size
Determine the ZoneHostName and Obtain theNetwork Address
ZoneHostName
Shared-IP ZoneNetwork Address
Exclusive-IP ZoneNetwork Address
File System Configuration
Creating, Revising, andDeletingNon-Global Zone Configurations (TaskMap)
Configuring, Verifying, and Committing a Zone
How to Configure the Zone
Where to Go FromHere
Script to ConfigureMultiple Zones
How to Display the Configuration of aNon-Global Zone
Using the zonecfg Command toModify a Zone Configuration
How toModify a Resource Type in a Zone Configuration
How to Clear a Property Type in a Zone Configuration
How to Rename a Zone
How to Add aDedicatedDevice to a Zone
How to Set zone.cpu-shares in the Global Zone
Using the zonecfg Command to Revert or Remove a Zone Configuration
How to Revert a Zone Configuration
How toDelete a Zone Configuration
19 About Installing, Halting, Cloning, and Uninstalling Non-Global Zones (Overview)
Zone Installation and Administration Concepts
Zone Construction
The zoneadmd Daemon
The zsched Zone Scheduler
Zone Application Environment
AboutHalting, Rebooting, and Uninstalling Zones
Halting a Zone
Rebooting a Zone
Zone Boot Arguments
Zone autoboot
Uninstalling a Zone
About CloningNon-Global Zones
20 Installing, Booting, Halting, Uninstalling, and Cloning Non-Global Zones (Tasks)
Zone Installation (TaskMap)
Installing and Booting Zones
(Optional)How to Verify a Configured Zone Before It Is Installed
How to Install a Configured Zone
How toObtain the UUID of an InstalledNon-Global Zone
How toMark an InstalledNon-Global Zone Incomplete
(Optional)How to Transition the Installed Zone to the Ready State
How to Boot a Zone
How to Boot a Zone in Single-UserMode
Where to Go FromHere
Halting, Rebooting, Uninstalling, Cloning, andDeletingNon-Global Zones (TaskMap)
Halting, Rebooting, and Uninstalling Zones
How toHalt a Zone
How to Reboot a Zone
How to Uninstall a Zone
Cloning aNon-Global Zone on the Same System
How to Clone a Zone
How to Clone a Zone from an Existing Snapshot
How to Use Copy Instead of ZFS Clone
Deleting aNon-Global Zone From the System
How to Remove aNon-Global Zone
21 Non-Global Zone Login (Overview)
zlogin Command
Internal Zone Configuration
Non-Global Zone LoginMethods
Zone Console Login
User LoginMethods
FailsafeMode
Remote Login
Interactive andNon-InteractiveModes
InteractiveMode
Non-InteractiveMode
22 Logging In to Non-Global Zones (Tasks)
Initial Zone Boot and Zone Login Procedures (TaskMap)
Performing the Initial Internal Zone Configuration
How to Log In to the Zone Console to Perform the Internal Zone Configuration
How to Use an /etc/sysidcfg File to Perform the Initial Zone Configuration
Logging In to a Zone
How to Log In to the Zone Console
How to Use InteractiveMode to Access a Zone
How to UseNon-InteractiveMode to Access a Zone
How to Exit aNon-Global Zone
How to Use FailsafeMode to Enter a Zone
How toUse zlogin to ShutDown a Zone
Switching theNon-Global Zone to a DifferentNetworking Service Configuration
How to Switch the Zone to the OpenNetworking Service Configuration
How to Enable a Specific Service in a Zone
Printing theName of the Current Zone
23 Moving and Migrating Non-Global Zones (Tasks)
Moving aNon-Global Zone
How toMove a Zone
Migrating aNon-Global Zone to a DifferentMachine
AboutMigrating a Zone
How toMigrate ANon-Global Zone
How toMove the zonepath to a newHost
About Validating a ZoneMigration Before theMigration Is Performed
How to Validate a ZoneMigration Before theMigration Is Performed
Migrating a Zone From aMachine That Is not Usable
24 About Packages and Patches on a Solaris SystemWith Zones Installed (Overview)
Packaging and Patch ToolsOverview
About Packages and Zones
Patches Generated for Packages
Interactive Packages
Keeping Zones in Sync
Package Operations Possible in the Global Zone
Package Operations Possible in aNon-Global Zone
How Zone State Affects Patch and Package Operations
About Adding Packages in Zones
Using pkgadd in the Global Zone
Using pkgadd in aNon-Global Zone
About Removing Packages in Zones
Using pkgrm in the Global Zone
Using pkgrm in aNon-Global Zone
Package Parameter Information
Setting Package Parameters for Zones
SUNW_PKG_ALLZONES Package Parameter
SUNW_PKG_HOLLOW Package Parameter
SUNW_PKG_THISZONE Package Parameter
Package Information Query
About Adding Patches in Zones
Applying Patches on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
Using patchadd in the Global Zone
Using patchadd in aNon-Global Zone
Interaction of patchadd -G and the pkginfo Variable on a System With Zones
Removing Patches on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
Using patchrm in the Global Zone
Using patchrm in aNon-Global Zone
PatchPro Support
ProductDatabase
25 Adding and Removing Packages and Patches on a Solaris SystemWith Zones Installed
(Tasks)
Adding and Removing Packages and Patches on a Solaris System With Zones Installed (Task
Map)
Adding a Package on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Add a Package to the Global Zone Only
How to Add a Package to the Global Zone and AllNon-Global Zones
How to Add a Package That Is Installed in the Global Zone to AllNon-Global Zones
How to Add a Package to a SpecifiedNon-Global Zone Only
Checking Package Information on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Check Package Information in the Global Zone Only
How to Check Package Information in a SpecifiedNon-Global Zone Only
Removing a Package From a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Remove a Package From the Global Zone and AllNon-Global Zones
How to Remove a Package From a SpecifiedNon-Global Zone Only
Applying a Patch to a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Apply a Patch to the Global Zone Only
How to Apply a Patch to the Global Zone and AllNon-Global Zones
How to Apply a Patch to a SpecifiedNon-Global Zone Only
Removing a Patch on a System with Zones Installed
How to Remove a Patch From the Global Zone and AllNon-Global Zones
How to Remove a Patch From a SpecifiedNon-Global Zone Only
Checking Package Parameter Settings on a System with Zones Installed
(Optional)How to Check the Setting of a Package Already Installed on the System
(Optional)How to Check the Setting of a Package in Software on a CD-ROM
26 Solaris Zones Administration (Overview)
Global Zone Visibility and Access
Process ID Visibility in Zones
System Observability in Zones
Non-Global ZoneNodeName
File Systems andNon-Global Zones
The -o nosuid Option
Mounting File Systems in Zones
Unmounting File Systems in Zones
Security Restrictions and File System Behavior
Non-Global Zones as NFS Clients
Use of mknod Prohibited in a Zone
Traversing File Systems
Restriction on Accessing ANon-Global Zone From the Global Zone
Networking in Shared-IPNon-Global Zones
Shared-IP Zone Partitioning
Shared-IPNetwork Interfaces
IP Traffic Between Shared-IP Zones on the SameMachine
Solaris IP Filter in Shared-IP Zones
IPNetworkMultipathing in Shared-IP Zones
Networking in Exclusive-IPNon-Global Zones
Exclusive-IP Zone Partitioning
Exclusive-IPData-Link Interfaces
IP Traffic Between Exclusive-IP Zones on the SameMachine
Solaris IP Filter in Exclusive-IP Zones
IPNetworkMultipathing in Exclusive-IP Zones
Device Use inNon-Global Zones
/dev and the /devicesNamespace
Exclusive-UseDevices
Device Driver Administration
Utilities ThatDoNot Work or AreModified inNon-Global Zones
Running Applications inNon-Global Zones
Resource Controls Used inNon-Global Zones
Fair Share Scheduler on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
FSS Share Division in a Global orNon-Global Zone
Share Balance Between Zones
Extended Accounting on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
Privileges in aNon-Global Zone
Using IP Security Architecture in Zones
IP Security Architecture in Shared-IP Zones
IP Security Architecture in Exclusive-IP Zones
Using Solaris Auditing in Zones
Configuring Audit in the Global Zone
Configuring User Audit Characteristics in aNon-Global Zone
Providing Audit Records for a SpecificNon-Global Zone
Core Files in Zones
RunningDTrace in aNon-Global Zone
About Backing Up a Solaris System With Zones Installed
Backing Up Loopback File System Directories
Backing Up Your System From the Global Zone
Backing Up IndividualNon-Global Zones on Your System
Determining What to Back Up inNon-Global Zones
Backing Up ApplicationData Only
GeneralDatabase Backup Operations
Tape Backups
About RestoringNon-Global Zones
Commands Used on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
27 Administering Solaris Zones (Tasks)
Using the ppriv Utility
How to List Solaris Privileges in the Global Zone
How to List theNon-Global Zone's Privilege Set
How to List aNon-Global Zone's Privilege Set With Verbose Output
UsingDTrace in aNon-Global Zone
How to UseDTrace
Checking the Status of SMF Services in aNon-Global Zone
How to Check the Status of SMF Services From the Command Line
How to Check the Status of SMF Services From Within a Zone
Mounting File Systems in RunningNon-Global Zones
How to Import Raw and BlockDevices by Using zonecfg
How toMount the File SystemManually
How to Place a File System in /etc/vfstab to BeMounted When the Zone Boots
How toMount a File System From the Global Zone Into aNon-Global Zone
AddingNon-Global Zone Access to Specific File Systems in the Global Zone
How to Add Access to CD orDVDMedia in aNon-Global Zone
How to Add a Writable Directory under /usr in aNon-Global Zone
How to ExportHome Directories in the Global Zone Into aNon-Global Zone
Using IPNetworkMultipathing on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Use IPNetworkMultipathing in Exclusive-IPNon-Global Zones
How to Extend IPNetworkMultipathing Functionality to Shared-IPNon-Global
Zones
AdministeringData-Links in Exclusive-IPNon-Global Zones
How toUse dladm show-linkprop
How toUse dladm set-linkprop
How toUse dladm reset-linkprop
Using the Fair Share Scheduler on a Solaris System With Zones Installed
How to Set FSS Shares in the Global Zone Using the prctl Command
How to Change the zone.cpu-shares Value in a ZoneDynamically
Using Rights Profiles in Zone Administration
How to Assign the ZoneManagement Profile
Example.Using Profile Shells With Zone Commands
Backing Up a Solaris System With Installed Zones
How toUse ufsdump to Perform Backups
How to Create a UFS Snapshot Using fssnap
How toUse find and cpio to Perform Backups
How to Print a Copy of a Zone Configuration
Restoring aNon-Global Zone
How to Restore an IndividualNon-Global Zone
28 Troubleshooting Miscellaneous Solaris Zones Problems
Exclusive-IP Zone Is UsingDevice, so dladm reset-linkprop Fails
Incorrect Privilege Set Specified in Zone Configuration
Zone AdministratorMountingOver File Systems Populated by the Global Zone
netmasks Warning Displayed When Booting Zone
ZoneDoesNotHalt
Resolving Problems With a zoneadm attach Operation
Patches and Packages AreOut of Sync
Operating System Releases orMachine ArchitecturesDoNotMatch
Part III Branded Zones
29 About Branded Zones and the Linux Branded Zone
About Using Zones on a Solaris System
Branded Zones Technology
Processes Running in a Branded Zone
Branded ZoneDevice Support
Branded Zone File System Support
Privileges in a Branded Zone
About the lx Brand
Supported Linux Distributions
Application Support
Debugging Tools
Commands and Other Interfaces
Setting Up lx Branded Zones on Your System (TaskMap)
30 Planning the lx Branded Zone Configuration (Overview)
System and Space Requirements
Restricting the Size of the Branded Zone
Branded ZoneNetwork Address
lx Branded Zone Configuration Process
lx Branded Zone Configuration Components
ZoneName and Zone Path in an lx Branded Zone
Zone Autoboot in an lx Branded Zone
Resource Pool Association in an lx Branded Zone
Specifying the dedicated-cpu Resource
Specifying the capped-cpu Resource
Scheduling Class in a Zone
capped-memory Resource
ZoneNetwork Interfaces in an lx Branded Zone
Mounted File Systems in an lx Branded Zone
Zone-Wide Resource Controls in an lx Branded Zone
Configurable Privileges in an lx Branded Zone
attr Resource in an lx Branded Zone
Resources Included in the Configuration byDefault
ConfiguredDevices in lx Branded Zones
File SystemsDefined in lx Branded Zones
PrivilegesDefined in lx Branded Zones
Using the zonecfg Command to Create an lx Branded Zone
zonecfgModes
zonecfg InteractiveMode
zonecfg Command-FileMode
Branded Zone ConfigurationData
Resource and Property Types
Resource Type Properties in the lx Branded Zone
31 Configuring the lx Branded Zone (Tasks)
Planning and Configuring an lx Branded Zone (TaskMap)
How to Configure the lx Branded Zone
How to Configure, Verify, and Commit the lx Branded Zone
Where to Go FromHere
Script to ConfigureMultiple lx Branded Zones
How to Display the Configuration of a Branded Zone
Modifying, Reverting, or Removing Zone Configurations
32 About Installing, Booting, Halting, Cloning, and Uninstalling lx Branded Zones
(Overview)
Branded Zone Installation and Administration Concepts
lx Branded Zone InstallationMethods
lx Branded Zone Construction
zoneadmd Zones AdministrationDaemon
zsched Zone Scheduling Process
Branded Zone Application Environment
Passwords
AboutHalting, Rebooting, Uninstalling, and Cloning lx Branded Zones
Halting a Branded Zone
Rebooting a Branded Zone
Branded Zone Boot Arguments
Branded Zone autoboot
Uninstalling the Branded Zone
About Cloning an lx Branded Zone
Booting and Rebooting lx Branded Zones
33 Installing, Booting, Halting, Uninstalling and Cloning lx Branded Zones (Tasks)
lx Branded Zone Installation (TaskMap)
Installing and Booting lx Branded Zones
How toObtain the Linux Archives
How to Install an lx Branded Zone
How to Install a Subset of the Packages
How to EnableNetworking in an lx Branded Zone
How toObtain the UUID of an Installed Branded Zone
How toMark an Installed lx Branded Zone Incomplete
(Optional) Placing an Installed lxBranded Zone in the Ready State
How to Boot an lx Branded Zone
How to Boot an lx Branded Zone in Single-UserMode
Where to Go FromHere
Halting, Rebooting, Uninstalling, Cloning, andDeleting lx Branded Zones (TaskMap)
Halting, Rebooting, and Uninstalling lx Branded Zones
How toHalt an lx Branded Zone
How to Reboot an lx Branded Zone
How to Uninstall a Branded Zone
Cloning an lx Branded Zone on the Same System
How to Clone an lx Branded Zone
How to Clone a Zone from an Existing Snapshot
How to Use Copy Instead of ZFS Clone
Deleting an lx Branded Zone From the System
How to Remove an lx Branded Zone
34 Logging In to lx Branded Zones (Tasks)
zlogin CommandOverview
lx Branded Zone LoginMethods
Login Procedures for Branded Zones (TaskMap)
Logging In to an lx Branded Zone
How to Log In to the lx Branded Zone Console
How to Use InteractiveMode to Access a Branded Zone
How to Verify the Running Environment
How to UseNon-InteractiveMode to Access an lx Branded Zone
How to Exit the lx Branded Zone
How to Use FailsafeMode to Enter an lx Branded Zone
How toUse zlogin to ShutDown an lx Branded Zone
35 Moving and Migrating lx Branded Zones (Tasks)
Moving an lx Branded Zone
How toMove a Zone
Migrating an lx Branded Zone to a DifferentMachine
AboutMigrating an lx Branded Zone
How toMigrate an lx Branded Zone
How toMove the zonepath to a newHost
About Validating an lx Branded ZoneMigration Before theMigration Is Performed
How to Validate an lx Branded ZoneMigration Before theMigration Is Performed
36 Administering and Running Applications in lx Branded Zones (Tasks)
AboutMaintaining a Supported Configuration
Upgrading the Distribution and Adding Packages
How to Upgrade a CentOS 3.x Distribution
How to Upgrade a RedHat 3.x Distribution
How to Upgrade a Package
How to Install an Application in an lx Branded Zone
AboutMATLAB
How to InstallMATLAB 7.2 Using CDs
How to InstallMATLAB 7.2 Using ISO Images
Backing Up lx Branded Zones
Features That AreNot Supported in an lx Branded Zone
Part IV SunxVM
37 SunxVMHypervisor SystemRequirements
SupportedHardware
Supported Configurations
Introduction to the Sun xVMHypervisor
The Sun xVMHypervisor and the ControlDomain
HowHypervisors Work
Uniform View ofHardware
UsingDomain Capabilites
Resource Virtualization to Enable Interoperability
Sun xVMHypervisor Scheduler
Supported VirtualizationModes
Overview of Paravirtualization
Devices and Drivers in the ParavirtualizationMode
Virtual NICs
Drivers for Solaris Running as a Guest
Overview of Full Virtualization
AboutDomains
ControlDomain 0
Space Requirements
GuestDomain Space Requirements
Solaris GuestDomainU
Planning for Solaris GuestDomainUUpgrade
Domain States
The Solaris System and Intel Platforms
38 Booting and Running the SunxVMHypervisor
x86 Boot Architecture
About Booting the Solaris ControlDomain
How to Boot the Solaris ControlDomain
Setting the Solaris xVM Entry To Boot byDefault
How to ViewDomains on the System
How to Run 32.bit PAE GuestDomains
How to Boot Solaris ControlDomain in 32.bitMode
Creating GuestDomain Environments Using File Systems
How to Configure ZFS for Use With Solaris xVM
How to Use Files to Store GuestDomain Disk Images
Starting xVM
(Optional)How to Configure theNetwork
How to EnableMigration to ThisMachine
39 Xvnc
About Xvnc
Xvnc Server
Setting a VNC Password
Starting VNC
How to Set Up VNC to Provide a Solaris Guest Graphical Login
How to Start VNC at System Boot
How to Start VNCManually
How to Start a GNOMESession
How to View the VNCMan Pages
40 Using virt-install to Install a Domain
virt-install Overview
SupportedMachines
How toDetermine Whether aMachine Is HVM-Capable
Installation Types
Required Information
Options
Install Using virt-install With Options
How to Complete the SolarisDomU sysidcfg Configuration
virt-install Examples
VNC Password and Remote Display Requirements
Install aDomU Interactively by Using virt-install
AboutNetwork Installations
Network Installation
ISO Image Installation
JumpStart Installation
41 xVMSystemAdministration
Printing Kernel andMachine Information
virsh Command andDomainManagement
virsh Command Structure
virshCommand
Suspend and Resume Functions and Commands
Cloning ZFS-Based SolarisDomains
How to Use ZFS Snapshot to Clone a SolarisDomU
Recovery
Communication From xVMHypervisor toDom0 Using xm
About Crash Dumps
42 Troubleshooting Miscellaneous SunxVMProblems
Verifying System Elements
How to VerifyDevices in /dev/xen
How to Verify That the Required Packages Are Installed
How to Verify That the xvmHypervisor Services Are Started
Developers: UsingDTrace With theHypervisor
Glossary
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