From: Johnny Carlsen (jrc_at_unispeed.dk)
Date: Wed 07 Aug 2002 - 15:08:08 BST
On Wed, 07 Aug 2002 12:01:06 +0000
"Lyn St George" <lyn_at_zolotek.net> wrote:
> Not yet, but I really need to as I have a similar problem. For me
> it happens with all vservers bar one, and my eyes are hanging
> out trying to see any difference between them. All *conf files
> have the default: S_FLAGS="lock nproc" and S_CAPS empty.
It seems that the flags and caps aren't the problem then, I better look
This is my first vserver ever, so I unfortunateky have no working
configuration to compare with.
> The faulty vservers are also difficult to contact - eg httpd,
> sendmail, fptd all take a long time to respond. I would suspect
> routing problems except that they all seem to have the same style of
This happens in many server programs if they are unable to
resolve the ip of the incomming connection - the server will hang til
the reverse lookup times out.
If you get dns resolvs working, then I think the problem you have with
delays will be solved as well.
> How have you set up your routes? Eg, "IPROOTDEV=eth0", or
> have you kept the routes in the main server instead?
My IPROOTDEV is eth0 - and this does not seem to be the problems since
"pings" and other non-hostname network activity works just fine.
- Johnny Carlsen