Subject is a pretty concise description here. I have several brownfield Solaris 10U10 containers running on M5000s, and I have delegated three zpool to each container for use by Oracle. Below is relevant output from zonecfg export for one of these containers. They were all built in the same manner, then placed under management by OC. (Wish I'd been able to build them as green field with Ops Center, but there just wasn't enough time to learn how to configure OpsCenter the way I needed to use it.)
set value="Oracle e-Business Suite PREPROD"
The problem is, none of the file systems built on these delegated pools in the container appear in the Ops Center File System Utilization charts. Does anyone have a suggestion for how to get OC to monitor the file systems in the zone?
Here's the output from zfs list within the zone described by the zonecfg output above:
[root@acdpreprod ~]# zfs list
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
PREPRODarchPOOL 8.91G 49.7G 31K none
PREPRODarchPOOL/d05 8.91G 49.7G 8.91G /d05
PREPRODdataPOOL 807G 364G 31K none
PREPRODdataPOOL/d02 13.4G 36.6G 13.4G /d02
PREPRODdataPOOL/d03 782G 364G 782G /d03
PREPRODdataPOOL/d06 11.4G 88.6G 11.4G /d06
PREPRODredoPOOL 7.82G 3.93G 31K none
PREPRODredoPOOL/d04 7.82G 3.93G 7.82G /d04
None of the file systems in the delegated datasets appear in Ops Center for this zone. Are there any suggestions for how I correct this?
Do you mean adopt the zone? That requires the zone be halted and it also says something about copying all file systems to the pool created for the zone. Of the 12 zones I have (four on each of three M5000s), seven of them are already in "production" status, and four of those seven now support 7x24 world-wide operations. A do-over is not an option here.