From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Fri 06 Jun 2003 - 00:11:28 BST
On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 03:42:04PM +0900, Wray Cason wrote:
> If I understand your question, yes absolutely.
> Recursively copy the source vservers directory and copy the source vservers
> config file. Then modify the new vservers config and modify/delete any
> appropriate files within the new vserver (such as ssh keys, etc). That is all
> there is to it. Voilą, new vserver.
> > I know this can be done if the template server has the 'real' files
> > but I was wonder if I can clone a vserver that's a clone of a
> > vserver - and not bring the world down around my ears.
> > Heck I'm going to try it shortly but I'll ask incase I need to do
> > any life support if it don't work. This way the reply should be
> > awaiting me. :-)
be careful not to cp -va the entire /dev or /proc path
(if the server is running/active) ...
> > Rod
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