From: Fran Firman (fran_at_netgate.net.nz)
Date: Wed 29 Jan 2003 - 21:15:38 GMT
I get the same, and I'm mounting the whole vserver folder via nfs. So in
my case the vserver won't even start.
See my previous emails called...
RE: Did you fix this?
If you come up with a solution, please let me know too.
On Tue, 2003-01-21 at 08:35, Thomas Weber wrote:
> I used to nfs mount some dirs from my fileserver and reexport them via --bind
> to the local running vservers:
> /space from the Fileserver gets mounted to /Xtern/space on the local box.
> I also run some vservers on the local box. So I used to
> mount --bind /Xtern/space /vservers/$2/Xtern/space in the /etc/vservers/*.sh
> scripts. This used to work fine (at least up to 2.4.19ctx14).
> with 2.4.20ctx16 I get either an empty /Xtern/space in the vserver or some
> permission denied messages like this:
> x_at_purerh80: $ ll /Xtern/space/
> /bin/ls: /Xtern/space/opt: Permission denied
> /bin/ls: /Xtern/space/pub: Permission denied
> /bin/ls: /Xtern/space/Machines: Permission denied
> /bin/ls: /Xtern/space/private: Permission denied
> total 0
> anyone any ideas? or is this only me?