|Priority:||4 - Normal|
|Created by:||Max Bruning|
|Reported by:||Max Bruning|
This could be fixed with a chroot into /native relatively easily. That said, there is some logic that doesn't properly handle exec-ing native binaries in chroot at the moment.
This came up during training with the question being "how does an end user check zonememstat type info using LX".
I was trying to figure out how to run this via chroot, but I kept getting failures (which could very well be me).
I made a quick hack to make this work in training by using sh from /native/sbin and then giving the full path to kstat, which worked but is a hack.
So, just pinging to see if we have any additional thoughts on how to tell end-users to do this so I can get it into the training - @accountid:557058:477e0346-c475-4b70-af88-8c89654d6204 has a way to do it w/ prstat but wanted to see if there was something cleaner.