The /usr/sbin/txzonemgr command is a zone and network configuration tool that offers two modes.
As a CLI, the command creates labeled zones. When run with the –c command option, the CLI creates and boots two labeled zones. The –d option prompts you to delete all zones one by one.
As a GUI, the script displays a dialog box with the title Labeled Zone Manager. This GUI guides you through creating and booting labeled zones. The script includes cloning a zone to create a snapshot. Additionally, the GUI provides networking, naming service, and LDAP configuration menus. The script handles IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
The txzonemgr command runs a zenity(1) script. The Labeled Zone Manager dialog box displays only valid choices for the current configuration status of a labeled zone. For instance, if a zone is already labeled, the Label menu item is not displayed.