From: Cathy Sarisky (cathy_at_acornhosting.net)
Date: Tue 26 Nov 2002 - 21:36:22 GMT
If I understand correctly, you've got something running at shutdown in the vserver that should not be. You can disable /etc/sysconfig/network in the vserver, or else heavily comment it out so that it doesn't try to configure eth0 on start or stop.
You *should* be able to stop the vserver from the root server by doing a "vserver whateveryourserveriscalled stop" command.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Dimitri Roschkowski <dr_at_port29.net>
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 21:47:48 +0100 (CET)
>> If you are *just* running the SSH daemon, my preferred option is to put the
>> ListenAddress 188.8.131.52 # Host Server
>> directive in the `/etc/ssh/sshd_config' file). This will get rid of alot of
>> your `problems' and allow you to find out what is happening more clearly.
>Thx, it works now, but I still have one Problem. When I stop or reboot the
>a vserver, the virtual system can't stop the eth0 interface, and so the
>system can't be restartet. Do you know the Problem and have a solution for
>Is there a possibility to stop the system by force without a shutdown,
>like turning of the power?
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