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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Creating, Revising, and Deleting Non-Global Zone Configurations (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Configure a non-global zone.

Use the zonecfg command to create a zone, verify the configuration, and commit the configuration. You can also use a script to configure and boot multiple zones on your system.

You can use the zonecfg command to display the configuration of a non-global zone.

Configuring, Verifying, and Committing a Zone, Script to Configure Multiple Zones

Modify a zone configuration.

Use these procedures to modify a resource type in a zone configuration, modify a property type such as the name of a zone, or add a dedicated device to a zone.

Using the zonecfg Command to Modify a Zone Configuration

Revert a zone configuration or delete a zone configuration.

Use the zonecfg command to undo a resource setting made to a zone configuration or to delete a zone configuration.

Using the zonecfg Command to Revert or Remove a Zone Configuration

Delete a zone configuration.

Use the zonecfg command with the delete subcommand to delete a zone configuration from the system.

How to Delete a Zone Configuration

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