System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System

Configurable Privileges

When a zone is booted, a default set of safe privileges is included in the configuration. These privileges are considered safe because they prevent a privileged process in the zone from affecting processes in other non-global zones on the system or in the global zone. You can use the zonecfg command to do the following:

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There are a few privileges that cannot be removed from the zone's default privilege set, and there are also a few privileges that cannot be added to the set at this time.

For more information, see Privileges in a Non-Global Zone, How to Configure the Zone, and privileges(5).