JET 4.6 externally available

As a follow-on to my previous post, JET 4.6 is now available externally. Check the JET wiki which has a link to the download.

This is mainly a bug fix release, and has been given a major number increase because it's the JET version that will be in the next release of xVM OpsCenter. (and we like to release the OpsCenter releases at major version numbers).

In terms of changes, I've fixed a couple of bugs with turning ntp on, and multiple disks in zfs pools for ZFS disks. This version also has tweaks in place to workaround some DHCP issues when installing S10 U6 and Solaris Nevada.

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I think there is a small problem in the zones module in that it ships with the following line which is probably meant to be an empty string ?

base_config_zone_brand_flar="10.1.1.1:/export/extra/flash/s8full.flar"

I also note that a solaris module has a variable setting for base_config_nfsv4_domain="" in the Products/base_config/solaris/base_config.conf whereas for zones in Products/base_config/solariszone/base_config.conf there is no such variable declared and as a result the zone nfsv4 domain defaults to 'domain' in a non-global zone and to 'dynamic' in the global zone. Is this intended ?

Posted by Jeroen Wilms on January 23, 2009 at 07:35 PM GMT #

Hey Mike,

I was at Scott Dickson's blog and have been using his flashless ZFS system - i'm curious when you'll be releasing your module for JET so I can begin testing ? :)

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Regards,
Christopher

Posted by christopher mera on February 24, 2009 at 02:28 PM GMT #

Hello,

I think there is a bug in jetzone line 305 and 306:

# CPU caps - capped

if [ -n "${base_config_zone_cap_cpu}" ]; then
echo "add capped-cpu;" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
cpu_ncpu="`echo ${base_config_zone_ded_cpu} | cut -f1 -d: `"
echo "set ncpus=${cpu_ncpu};" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
echo "end;" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
fi

I changed it like this:

# CPU caps - capped

if [ -n "${base_config_zone_cap_cpu}" ]; then
echo "add capped-cpu;" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
#cpu_ncpu="`echo ${base_config_zone_ded_cpu} | cut -f1 -d: `"
echo "set ncpus=${base_config_zone_cap_cpu};" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
echo "end;" >> /tmp/zonecfg.$$
fi

Now it works just fine.

Viele Gruesse,

Ralf

Posted by Ralf Gans on March 04, 2009 at 01:49 AM GMT #

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