Lewis 2008-01-18 14:52:57 UTC a b 2008-01-19 09:06:55 UTC Asif Iqbal 2008-01-16 14:11:09 UTC UNIX admin 2008-01-17 08:54:57 UTC Asif Iqbal 2008-01-17 14:16:56 UTC about - legalese Loading... into the mix and thus,Of course, who do you take me for? (;-)Standalone systems (read: not clustered) are oh-so-twentieth-century. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms LewisI like the idea of this; however, it does introduce a point of failure.Yes. useful reference
This is fine for a single system with a handful of zones, but the whole thing crumbles if the number of systems starts going into thousands... pkgadd: ERROR: unable to create package object . For 22,000, that's 164,000 Solaris virtual servers. Imagine tens of thousands of systems, even if we assumed that each system only has eight (out of 8192) zones, for 10,000 servers, that's 80,000 zones.
Just unzip that .gz and use Solaris tools to get a detailed content of the package: gzip -d mysql-standard-5.0.16-solaris10-sparc.pkg.gz /usr/sbin/pkgchk -d mysql-standard-5.0.16-solaris10-sparc.pkg -l | grep wheel and you'll see a lot Lewismakeit cost 20 times more and make it 20 times more complex than it needs tobe.You'd think, but that's exctly what I'm banking on.I'll automate it to such a high degree, Several functions may not work. Is it possible to use it from non-global zones?Attila 1292-93242-1436834 Back to top Amrendra Kumar Singh Members #7 Amrendra Kumar Singh 16 posts Posted 10 August 2010 - 07:59 AM Attila,Yes,
LewisBringing down your Oracle server to patch it could suddenly mean that your10,000 zones aren't available. TSM API libraries cannot be linked to the /usr file system because the /usr file system is read only. There is currently no such product on the market that actually does it well.This message posted from opensolaris.org Derek E. http://osdir.com/ml/os.solaris.opensolaris.zones/2008-01/msg00059.html Start the Management Service Daemon (ctxsrv start msd).6.
Install Sneep v2.9 (default y) [y,n,?] y 2. After GSKit is installed in the global zone, Informix can be installed in the local zone. pathname does not exist More(21%) group name
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Asif Iqbal 2008-01-15 21:07:09 UTC PermalinkRaw Message ---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Asif Iqbal <***@gmail.com>Date: Jan 15, 2008 4:05 PMSubject: Re: [zones-discuss] Failing to install pkg on a zonePost by Enda O'ConnorHiwhat see here Restore group deamon . Error description An attempt at installing the client on a Solaris Local Zone fails with: /usr/lib/libXApi.so
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions About Oracle Technology Network (OTN)My Oracle Support Community (MOSC)MOS Support PortalAboutModern Marketing BlogRSS FeedPowered byOracle Technology NetworkOracle Communities DirectoryFAQAbout OracleOracle and Log into the global zone as the root user. let alone if every one of those systems has more than a handful of zones (8192 per system used to be the limit).Given this situation, your scenario, forgetting to configure "just this page Installing libpcap1 - System-independent interface for user-level packet capture, libpcap.so.1 as
bash-3.2# pkgadd -d libpcap1-1.5.3\,REV\=2014.07.04-SunOS5.10-sparc-CSW.pkg The following packages are available: 1 CSWlibpcap1 libpcap1 - System-independent interface for user-level packet capture, libpcap.so.1 (sparc) 1.5.3,REV=2014.07.04 Select package(s) you wish to process (or 'all' to It is very easy to verify. Using as the package base directory. ## Processing package information. ## Processing system information. 10 package pathnames are already properly installed. ## Verifying package dependencies. ## Verifying disk space requirements.
SUNW_PKG_ALLZONES -- if true, the package will be installed only in the local zone. #pkgparam -v
There are a number of ways of working around this; one that may work for you is to create a symlink in the global zone to /dev/icaremote from /dev/null. There is currently no suchproduct on the market that actually does it well.I like the idea of this; however, it does introduce a point of failure.Bringing down your Oracle server to This solution assumes that the local zone has write access to its own copy of /opt/ibm, and does not share /opt/ibm from the global zone. 1. Get More Info Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Informix install on Solaris sparse zones returns errors in the IBM Global Security Kit (GSKit) installation log like: pkgadd:
Subsequently issues were discovered when using zones which have now been resolved via hotfixes. 1292-93242-641492 Back to top James Cole Citrix Employees #5 James Cole 29 posts Posted 21 August 2007 unable to fix attributes/dev
Lewis 2008-01-16 11:12:46 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by UNIX adminGiven this situation, your scenario, forgetting to configure "just thatone zone" with some detail is quite common, and already causingheadaches for organizations Make sure that your non-global zones are routing IP packets properly in the network and the required port communication rules at firewall is working. 1292-93242-1486679 Back to top Report abuse Back pathname does not exist group name
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Navigate to the "GSKit" directory of your product installation image. 3. Re: ERROR INSTALLING Service Tags Nik May 10, 2012 8:16 AM (in response to Cbarrera-Oracle) Hi. 1. It's a completely fresh zone.