[kde-solaris] Help needed on Solaris 10 Zones

Dustin Marquess dmarquess at algx.net
Thu Jun 29 05:53:44 CEST 2006

This is kind of off-topic, but you can use the -Z switch in ps.


On 6/27/06, Saurabh Chopra <Saurabh_Chopra at infosys.com> wrote:
>  Hi,
> I have an application that runs only one instance on a machine, hence the
> need for zones, to run multiple instances.
> The question I have is how I can know if a process is running on the
> non-global zone.
> Is there a command that can be used on global-zone to see if a process is
> running on global or non-global zone?
> Thanks in Advance
> Saurabh
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