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General Unix This article explores the virtualization features available to administrators across several UNIX hardware platforms. Discover what they have to offer and how their features compare to PowerVM.
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JonAnderson
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2005-07-06

We are using zones here, we have only problems.

- unability to patch zones (we are using u3)

U3 is fairly old now.

- performance problems (thanks to processes block in kernel mode).


Can you elaborate on this please? Is there a bugid?

- and now the servers reboot itself in u5

bugid?


Solaris 10 is the most crappy release from Sun. You are taking Sun's blueprints/site like a reliable source. But it's only some ads from Sun, in fact the reality is by far different.

Can you point out which Blueprints are incorrect so
we can get them fixed please. It's also interesting
that you use this argument as a retort - did you
read the article linked by the OP? What would you call
that?


On the other side AIX and LPAR are working like a charm...


charm
• noun
1 the power or quality of delighting or fascinating others.
2 a small ornament worn on a necklace or bracelet.
3 an object, act, or saying believed to have magic power.

Seems somehow appropriate given the nature of your
post.

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