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Solaris 10, non-global zones and IBM sdd (vpath)

Postby szinck » Sun, 04 Mar 2007 03:28:25 GMT

I'm using the IBM sdd driver on Solaris 10 11/06 to connect to an IBM
SAN (an SVC).  The sdd driver presents LUNs as "vpaths" to the GZ.  I
need to map the vpath devices to a NGZ. Using "device match" isn't
working.  Any suggestions?  I've googled but I'm not finding much.

Thanks,

Steve


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1.solaris 10 pkgadd in non-global zone cpio error

Hi,

when I to a pkgadd -d top-3.5beta12-sol10-sparc3264-local and I'm
getting this:

Processing package instance <SMCtop> from
</net/ether/export/home/soft/sol10/top-3.5beta12-sol10-sparc3264-local>
cpio: Unexpected end-of-archive encountered.
1 errors
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code 1
pkgadd: ERROR: unable to find archive for <SMCtop> in datastream

1 package was not processed!

Why?
/usr/local is writable.

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zonecfg:centaure-1> info
zonepath: /export/home/zones/1
autoboot: true
pool: 
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inherit-pkg-dir:
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2.patchadd fails on non-global non-sparse non-running zones

Anyone seen this?  I'm pretty sure this used to work.  But I just ran
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inherit-pkg-dir setting) zones and some of the patches worked, but
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pkgadd: ERROR: unable to create unique temporary file </usr/lib/inet/inetdC5a4go>: (30) Read-only file system

Also, how do I recover from this?  smpatch thinks the patches are applied,
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4.Finding global zone name from a non-global

This is a very late followup to my post " How to find name of global
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I finally needed to do this again, so started re-investigating and
found a way.

Issue:  While logged into a non-global zone, you may not know the name
of the global needed to administer may aspects of the host.  There are
no Solaris commands to give this information.

Solution:  Track it down using arp (or check your *properly*
documented SiteBook :-).  This should at the very least put you on the
right track.

1.  Get the interface of your zone:

ZONE:root@stcedcsva01 [/] $ ifconfig -a
lo0:1: flags=2001000849<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4,VIRTUAL>
mtu 8232 index 1
        inet 127.0.0.1 netmask ff000000
ce0:1: flags=1000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4> mtu 1500
index 2
        inet XX.XX.XX.38 netmask ffffffe0 broadcast XX.XX.XX.63

2.  Use arp to find all static entries associated with that IF:

ZONE:root@stcedcsva01 [/] $ arp -a|grep SP|awk '/ce0/ {print $2}'
stcedcqas01
stcedcqasv3
stcedcsva01

3.  In most cases, it's the first one:

ZONE:root@stcedcsva01 [/] $ ssh stcedcqas01
Password:
(GlobalZone)root@stcedcqas01 [/] $ zoneadm list
global
stcedcsva01
stcedcqasv3

-krp

5.Viewing non-global routes from global zone

I asked this question in Sun's Solaris 10 Forums a few days ago and
didn't get a reply, so I'd like to repose it here:

Is there a command or other mechanism by which one can see non-global
routes from the global zone (other than zlogin)?

It's my understanding that only one routing table can exist per kernel,
hence you cannot create per-zone routing tables, hence you cannot
manipulate the sole routing table from the non-global zone, and hence
you lose routes for non-global zones when they are halted/rebooted.

So with the global's evident dominance over the routing table, I'm
puzzled as to why a "netstat -rn" from the global zone does not show
routes with IPs in the non-global zones, routes that *are* visible via
netstat in their respective zones. 

Thanks
--Greg Chavez

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