From: Lyashkov Alexey (shadow_at_itt.net.ru)
Date: Thu 23 Jan 2003 - 05:48:34 GMT
Thursday, January 23, 2003, 1:12:19 AM, you wrote:
ML> I have set up a box with vserver using the xfmonkey redhat 2.4.18-19.7.2
ML> kernel RPMs as per the FAQ.
ML> The setup is out of the box; single eth0 network setup with a single IP
ML> address of the host machine, and one vserver with its IP address configured
ML> on the vserver.conf file, netmasks there kept empty (but that doesnt
ML> matter-I tested).
ML> The problem I have is that once I start the vserver, the host computer
ML> will change its primary IP, eg, it will talk to other machines in the LAN
ML> using the IP of the new vserver instance. What is worse tho, once
ML> I stop the vserver (and its associated interface goes down), I cannot talk
ML> to any machine on the LAN anymore; telnet will complain about invalid
ML> parameters and not even attempt; incomming traffic to the old IP does
ML> however work.
ML> Now I didnt do any chbind on the host machine, and overall am puzzled why
ML> this happens.
ML> Looking into the xfmonkey source RPM, it seems like the vserver patch there
ML> is ctx-12 which seems rather old.
ML> a) Any hints on how to get the abovementioned problem sorted, using the
ML> "standard" xfmonkey RPM ?
ML> b) Any backports of ctx-16 to RedHat 2.4.18-19 ? I tried patching manually,
ML> fixing a couple rejects was easy, but the O(1) scheduler stuff I cannot seem
ML> to be able to fix...
ML> Any other hints ?
this RPM based on my version vserver patch.
you can download lastes version her from my home page www.ttn.ru/~shadow/ and apply
if you have bugs send to me bug report and i fix this.
-- Best regards, Lyashkov mailto:shadow_at_itt.net.ru