From: Paul Sladen (vserver_at_paul.sladen.org)
Date: Wed 11 Dec 2002 - 09:22:25 GMT
On Tue, 10 Dec 2002, Christian Jung wrote:
> This is on a SuSE 7.0
> when I fire up a vserver
How did you create the vserver in the first place?
> Does anybody know why the services like syslog etc
What commands does `/vservers/NAME/etc/inittab' start?
Is there a functioning `/etc/init.d/rc' or equivalent in the vserver's
Does SuSE even use a sysvinit setup (it's a long time since I've used it)?
Are you using `fakeinit', or `init.d/rc' booting?
> ] vserver nxn start
> [..ps listing..]
It doesn't look like the faked `init' process has started anything.
> ] vserver nxn service syslog start
> Can't execute /sbin/service (No such file or directory)
Isn't this Red Hat/djbware only?
> Or if there is some kind of a logfile that i missed?
Is there anything in `/var/log/boot.log'.
Hope that helps,
-- Nottingham, GB