Date: Mon 06 Jan 2003 - 22:48:14 GMT
Wow thank you for the quick response... :)
I ran the command status command and it showd that all servers were
stopped. I will try specifying which server to stop and then try the 'rm'
I will try again tonight...I turned off the box so no remote connections
> Make sure the vserver is stopped ("vserver vservername stop" in the main
> server). Then you can cd to the /vservers directory and rm -rf the
> unwanted vserver directory. ("rm -rf vservername")
> That should do it. I'm suspecting you just hadn't stopped the vserver.
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 eklug_at_ezrazone.com wrote:
>> Hello, a Linux/vserver newbie here.
>> I have been looking for a solution like this...almost went with
>> FreeVSD. Over this past weekend I loaded vserver and the patched
>> kernel into a RedHat 7.3.
>> Everything went so smooth I think I did something wrong ;)
>> I have created several test 'vservers'...now how do I delete them.
>> The standard 'rm -R....' commands don't work.
>> I am coming from a NT background so symlinks, soft links, hard
>> links...are still new to me.
>> I looked up hard link and just link in the man pages, but I didn't
>> Any help or just plain berating would be appreciated.