Date: Fri 20 Jun 2003 - 17:48:45 BST
On Fri, 20 Jun 2003, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> Hi Allen!
> hmm, maybe you are *G* ...
> but maybe you are just a little confused?
> On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 11:03:48AM -0500, allenp_at_gentoo.hardcore-linux.net wrote:
> > I have NO clue what the heck is going wrong here... I've included an
> > strace of "vserver <vserver-name> start" and I sincerely hope someone
> > will be able to help me out. I get the following output from vserver
> > <vserver-name> start:
> what actually _is_ going wrong here for you?
Well, as you can see, the vserver doesn't go through any of the usual init
stuff... which, as you can probably assume IS a problem...
> > :(root#gentoo root): vserver www.weedweb start
> > Starting the virtual server www.weedweb
> > Server www.weedweb is not running
> > ipv4root is now 18.104.22.168
> > Host name is now www.weedweb.net
> > Domain name is now
> > New security context is 15
> > :(root#gentoo root):
> what du you think is wrong here?
The vserver isn't booting!!! other than that, I have no clue.. which is
why I was asking for help.
> > Again, I think I may be a moron, but could someone point me in the right
> > direction? I'm running 2.4.20-ctx17 on Gentoo 1.4 (shouldn't matter, but
> > gotta plug it cuz gentoo rocks), and previously had no problems with a
> > rh7.3 install (trying to get redhat8.0 to work now)... I used the
> > install-rh8.0 main minimum to make the template (and then went in behind
> > it to clean up after all that messiness it gave me). There are no failed
> > dependancies in the installed packageset, etc etc etc, I'm stumped.
> the strace is funny, but what should it show?
> > Thanks,
> > Allen Parker
> > allenp(at)hardcore-linux*net