Not able to get the port status and tcp setting on BrandZ fake linux i686

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Not able to get the port status and tcp setting on BrandZ fake linux i686

Post by stum » 2011/07/14 07:04:19

Centos Braded zone running on Solaris10 , with the shared nic card. sysctl & netstat -an commands are not working to check the port and tcp setting on the CentOS Zone. Please let me know if there any any other way to check it.

# sysctl -a
error: unable to open directory '/proc/sys/'


netstat -a does not work.

lsof does not work.

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Not able to get the port status and tcp setting on BrandZ fa

Post by pschaff » 2011/07/15 18:06:27

Welcome to the CentOS fora. Please see the recommended reading for new users linked in my signature.

I never heard of [url=http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Community+Group+brandz/WebHome]Solaris BrandZ[/url] before, but the web page states:
[quote]
Linux Zones on Solaris

The lx brand enables Linux binary applications to run unmodified on Solaris, within zones running a complete Linux userspace. The combination of BrandZ and the lx brand will be productized as Solaris Containers for Linux Applications.

The lx brand is not a Linux distribution and does not contain any Linux software at all. The lx brand enables user-level Linux software to run on a machine with a Solaris kernel, and includes the tools necessary to install a CentOS or Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution inside a zone on a Solaris system.

The lx brand will run on x86/x64 systems booted with either a 32-bit or 64-bit kernel. Regardless of the underlying kernel, only 32-bit Linux applications are able to run.[/quote]

Apparently only a subset of CentOS is expected to work, so problems are not surprising with this [url=http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Community+Group+zones/brandz_linux_2_6]experimental environment[/url]. The issues you are experiencing seem pretty certain to be Solaris BrandZ issues and not CentOS problems [i]per se[/i]. I doubt much help can be found here.

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