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EIS Installation Checklist for Setting up Non-Global Solaris 10
Zones (Containers)
Customer:
Sun Order Number:
CASE Number:
Technician:
Version EIS-DVD:
Date:




It is recommend that the EIS web pages are checked for the latest version of this
checklist prior to commencing the installation.
It is assumed that the installation is carried out with the help of the current EISDVD.See http://EIS/eisdvd for current information and status.
This procedure describes a standardised procedure for zone installation on Solaris
10 OE for non-clustered systems.
This document shows step-by-step procedure for creating one local zone.
The idea behind this checklist is to help the technician to install zones in a welldefined manner with “NO” system downtime.
It is assumed that theSolaris 10 03/05 or higher has been installed on the system
according to the EIS Methodology.
This procedure requires advanced Solaris 10 system administration skills, this
checklist is not intended as replacement for appropriate training and experience!
Other virtualization concepts (like LDOMs, Xen etc.) might also use the term
"containers". In addition non-global zones can be installed as"branded zones" to
host other operating systems (like Linux or Solaris 8).
It is intended that this checklist is used in conjunction with the appropriate EIS
Installation checklist for the server class (available on EIS-web).
It is not intended that this checklist be handed over to the customer.



Solaris Containers = Non Global Zone = Local Zone = Zone











Forfurther information about the deployment of services within non-global zones
(including possible restrictions) see the Zone FAQ at:
http://www.opensolaris.org/os/community/zones/faq/

Task

Comment

Check

PREPARATION
Ensure that the Release Notes for the Solaris version used have been read and
understood. See also http://zones.eng for restrictions etc.
Ensure that zone configurationdetails are
available.
Are all software product license keys available?

Sun Internal and Approved Partners Only

For example: Compiler license keys

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Task

Comment

Check

VERIFYING THAT GLOBAL ZONE IS UP-TO-DATE
If the server has been freshly installed according to the EIS Methodology (including
patching) then proceed to the nextsection “Saving the Configuration”. Examine the file
/var/sun/EIS-CD.log to confirm version of EIS-DVD used and whether patching took
place. If in doubt schedule downtime for patch updating (follow the next steps).

Insert EIS-DVD & run:

Ensures that the explorer package and
other EIS items are current.

Install Solaris patches:
• Recommended Cluster,
• Additional Solaris Patches.

cd/cdrom/.../sun/patch
cd
unpack-patches -r -q

cd .../sun/install
sh setup-standard.sh

Reboot the server.

SAVING THE CONFIGURATION
Ensure that customer creates a full (not
incremental!) tape backup of all system
and data volumes.

Let customer backup the global zone
and verify this backup!

Run explorer on the server and store
explorer output on system.

Use latest release ofexplorer
(from EIS-DVD – will have been
installed by setup-standard
above).

explorer -w default, secure, all

Save the mass storage configuration to the SDS/SVM run:
# metastat -p
workstation.
# metadb -i >
VXVM run:

> metastat-p.out
metadb-i.out

# vxprint -ht > vxprint-ht.out
# vxprint -hmQq > vxprint-hmQq.out

Check the status of all volumes and repair SDS/SVM: run metastatand check for
“Needs Maintenance”
volumes if required.
VXVM: run vxprint and check for
STATE != “ACTIVE”

Check /var/adm/messages for error
messages, warnings etc, eliminate all
hardware related issues found there.

Sun Internal and Approved Partners Only

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Task

Comment

Check

GLOBAL ZONE CONFIGURATION
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