Hosts can be named relative to
An organizational unit
The enterprise root
Hosts named relative to the enterprise root are the same as hosts named relative to the top organizational unit. Given an organization name, you can compose a name for its hostname context by appending one of the namespace identifiers, host or _host. Thus if orgunit/west.sales names an organization, the name org/west.sales/host/altair names a machine altair in the west.sales organizational unit.
The following objects can be named relative to a host name:
Services associated with the host
Files exported by the host
These objects are named by composing the host name with the namespace identifier of the target object's namespace and the name of the target object. For example, the name host/sirius/fs/release names the file directory release being exported by the machine sirius. (See "Host Namespace" and "Composing Names Relative to Hosts" for more information on the host namespace and naming objects relative to hosts.)