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Old 10-23-2008, 01:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Removing Local Zone File Systems On Solaris 10 Unix

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How to remove existing local zone file systems on Solaris 10. Today's post is a follow-up to our very recent posts on modifying existing local zone filesystems and creating new file systems in a local zone on Solaris 10. Today, we're moving to completion with this simple how-to on removing filesystems on local zones. We'll follow up with another simple post on how to create and destroy (all in one) local zones on Solaris 10.



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