From: Golden Planet Support (support_at_goldenplanet.dk)
Date: Wed 21 Aug 2002 - 16:12:12 BST
I'm having problems vith vunify and vrpm after upgrading from v0.18
to v0.19. From what I understand the vunify utility should now be
able to do a unify between the root server and a vserver - but when
vunify / vserver1 vserver2 -- ALL
- I get the following error:
/usr/sbin/chroot: cannot execute /bin/rpm: No such file or directory
That looks a lot like the behavior of the old vunify command....?
The vrpm appears to be entirely broken - if I do a
vrpm ALL -- - Uvh package.rpm
- I get this error, once per vserver:
New security context is 4
error: cannot open Packages index using db3 - Permission denied (13)
error: cannot open Packages database in /vservers/vserver/var/lib/rpm
I'm just upgraded the kernel to 2.4.19ctx-13 (rolled a new RPM from
source+patch and installed it) just to make sure that everything is
up-to-date so that should not be the problem.
If I revert to v0.18 everything is running fine again - but I would
really like to be able to unify my vservers against the root server.
I'm starting to feel stupid - any ideas?
-- Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
Anders C. Madsen
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