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Old 10-24-2008, 01:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Creating And Deleting Local Zones On Solaris 10 Unix


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Simple "how to" on creating and deleting local zones on Solaris 10. Today's post is the final post in our quick series on dealing with local zones on Solaris 10. If you want to check the previous entries out, finish this paragraph. If you don't (or already have), just skip past this one :) The previous posts in this series have dealt with already-created local zones and how to create new file systems in a local zone on Solaris 10, modify filesystems in existing local zones and remove file systems in a local zone.

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