root@bradford:/> zoneadm list -vc ID NAME STATUS PATH 0 global running / 1 bradford2 running /zone/bradford2 3 bradford3 running /zone/bradford3
The global zone is using DNS. The “bradford2” zone is using NIS, and the “bradford3” zone is using LDAP authentication. I’ll be setting up a “bradford4” zone to run a LDAP-to-NIS gateway (PADL’s ypldapd) in for final testing before I put it in a production environment.
This is so nice – no more stacks of machines! If I need another “system”, I just create another zone and fire it up.
I wonder if I can have the global zone running Solaris Express and another zone doing OpenSolaris compiles and tests…