[SunRay-Users] SRSS supported when running under a virtualized Solaris?
LeBar, Russell J
Russell.J.LeBar at ehi.com
Sat Mar 6 03:22:40 EET 2010
I understand about zones. My only point is that that is the only form of virtualization mentioned in the requirements. It would be nice if they were updated to indicate that virtualizing Solaris is supported (even if it's not as desirable).
We're running on some pretty old hardware here so a virtualized Solaris x86 on new hardware will without a doubt perform better!! :-)
From: sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org [mailto:sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org] On Behalf Of Craig Bender
Sent: Friday, March 05, 2010 18:40
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Subject: Re: [SunRay-Users] SRSS supported when running under a virtualized Solaris?
Sun Ray Server Software is supported where ever a full version of a
Solaris is supported. That could be VMWare, LDOMS, etc. That doesn't
mean it will be as performant as bare metal, and in some cases it makes
troubleshooting a tad more difficult (wrong PV drivers for networking of
the guest, etc) but yes it's supported.
The global zone reference is about Solaris containers, i.e. zones and
some customers would like to run instances of SRSS in zones, but SRSS
need the ability to install drivers and create device nodes which are
possible in a non-global zone.
LeBar, Russell J wrote:
> Is the SRSS supported if Solaris is running in virtual machine (e.g. under VMWare ESX, Red Hat Virtualization/XEN, VirtualBox, etc.)? The only information I can find is that it has to run in the global zone -- but that doesn't cover if the operating system itself is virtualized. If anyone knows or can point me to some documentation on this I would appreciate it! Thanks! -- Russ
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