From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Tue 17 Jun 2003 - 14:15:58 BST
On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 04:02:17AM -0400, Cathy Sarisky wrote:
> Hi list,
> I have a vserver with 3 IPs assigned to it.
> Starting or entering the vserver gives the following error message (in
> /usr/sbin/vserver: virtual: command not found
# grep -rnI virtual /usr/sbin/vserver
2:# This is a script to control a virtual server
180: echo " build : Create a virtual server by copying the packages"
182: echo " enter : Enter in the virtual server context and starts a shell"184: echo " exec : Exec a command in the virtual server context"
185: echo " suexec : Exec a command in the virtual server context uid"
190: echo " running : Tells if a virtual server is running"
247: # Create a minimal dev so the virtual server can't grab
299:# Select the IP number assigned to the virtual server
332:# virtual server at boot time
377: echo Starting the virtual server $1
500: echo Stopping the virtual server $1
I guess the '#' from line 332 is missing, but do
not necessary look in /usr/sbin/vserver, because
line 332 is actually copied into each <name>.conf
in /etc/vservers ... probably you untentionally
deleted the '#' from there ...
> It does set ipv4root correctly, and binding 0.0.0.0 results in it
> listening on all 3 IPs.
> However, attempting to bind the second IP with the first one bound gives a
> message that the address is already in use.
> This is vanilla 2.4.20 with Jacques' ctx-17 patch, no other modifications,
> with RedHat 7.3 on the host and virtual server. (Custom compiled kernel -
> for highmem - but nothing different from other servers where multiple IPs
> works ok.)
> I'm using vserver-0.22-1, installed from the rpm.
I assumed, the one from Jacques page ...
> Has anyone seen something similar? Suggestions? I don't see where in
> /usr/sbin/vserver this error message is coming from.