From: Eje Gustafsson (Macahan_at_fament.com)
Date: Mon 31 Mar 2003 - 22:55:09 BST
the server name in question is the name you have for your config file
and the vserver root directory.
in there you should have 2 files
servername.conf and servername.sh
then you should have a matching
/vserver/servername directory where all your packages are installed.
So to start this vserver you type
vserver servername start
if your .conf and .sh file don't exist you will get an error message
if your /vserver/servername don't exist you will get an error message.
Pretty simply actually.
Monday, March 31, 2003, 1:14:16 PM, you wrote:
DR> I want to ask if there is a possibility to find out the name of the
DR> vserver. I talk about the name, you have to use for the vserver commands
DR> vserver server1 start
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