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zonepath while creating zone shouldn't be legacy ?

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Can someone please explain me why the zonepath should not be set to legacy while doing a configuration of zone.
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I am not sure what you are asking. There is no parameter to the zonepath called legacy (AFAIK). Perhaps you
mean that the zonepath if a ZFS filesystem of type legacy? If so, the problem is that the zone system is going to
expect that the filesystem for the zone be mounted by the time it needs it which may not be guaranteed if it is
typer legacy. Also, I expect that there might be issues with legacy types if the zone system wants to clone the ZFS
file system.Is there a reaosn why you would want it set to legacy?
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Thanks :-)
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