Sunday Mar 11, 2012

Create Solaris 10 Branded Zone on Exalogic

One of the reasons that customers choose to run Solaris 11 Express on Exalogic is the capability to create container. Container is a form of Operating System Virtualization that allows multiple operating system environments to coexist on a single system. Container not only allows user to run the same version of Solaris but it is also possible to create a container, also known as branded zone, to run previous Solaris version, such as Solaris 10. It is a very useful feature that enable customer to continue running applications that only certified on older OS version.

In this entry, I will show you the steps to create a Solaris 10 branded zone on Exalogic.

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