- Become an administrator.
For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.2
Run the zonep2vchk tool with the –b option to perform a
basic analysis that checks for Oracle Solaris features in use that might be impacted by a P2V
source# zonep2vchk -b 11
Run the zonep2vchk tool with the –s option to perform a
static analysis of application files. This inspects ELF binaries for system and library calls that
might affect operation inside a zone.
source# zonep2vchk -s /opt/myapp/bin,/opt/myapp/lib
Run the zonep2vchk tool with the –r option to perform
runtime checks that look for processes that could not be executed successfully inside a zone.
source# zonep2vchk -r 2h
Run the zonep2vchk tool with the –c option on the source
system to generate a template zonecfg script, named
s11-zone.config in this procedure.
source# zonep2vchk -c > /net/somehost/p2v/s11-zone.config
This configuration will contain resource limits and network configuration based on the
physical resources and networking configuration of the source host.