From: Russell Anthony (ranthony_at_siteturn.com)
Date: Tue 13 Aug 2002 - 19:10:35 BST
I've been creating my servers by basically copying and modifying a default
.conf file, and then making a dir and untar'ing a debian machine (originally
supplied by another member of this list, modified significantly by myself).
Hopefully soon I'll have it setup so a perl script can do all of the various .conf
building on the fly and install a machine via a web interface ;)
Only thing I'd be missing then is a .deb to install the host server stuff, and
then maybe a .deb to install an intial base install of a vserver to copy from
there on out... Maybe I'll look into making those so I can feel like I'm
contributing something here :) hehehe
If you guys don't mind I'd like to take a line here and thank everyone for their
help in getting my setup here kink free and working... You guys have been
THE most helpful project group I've ever dealt with in the Linux world.
On 13 Aug 2002 at 12:36, Peter Kwan Chan wrote:
> The *.sh files are under /etc/vservers.
> They are there if you created the vserver using newserver. They may not
> be there if you created vservers using some other means. (I always use
> newserver myself, so I can't be sure).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russell Anthony [mailto:ranthony_at_siteturn.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 11:55 AM
> To: vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca
> Subject: Re: [vserver] excuse the stupidity of this question how do we
> delete a vserver?
> I have no .sh files in my /etc/vservers dir. And I overlooked
> stopping the server ;) Of course that'll help (allows you to remove proc
> and dev
> and other such locked items)
> On 12 Aug 2002 at 20:34, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
> > On Mon, 12 Aug 2002, Russell Anthony wrote:
> > > rm /etc/vservers/vserver_name.conf
> > > rm /home/vservers/vserver_name
> > Might also add
> > rm /etc/vservers/vserver_name.sh
> > And as the thread is progressing you might want to stop your server
> > Rod
> > --
> > "Open Source Software - Sometimes you get more than you paid for..."
> Russell Anthony <ranthony_at_siteturn.com>
> Network Development / Administration
-- Russell Anthony <ranthony_at_siteturn.com> Network Development / Administration