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From: Roderick A. Anderson (raanders_at_acm.org)
Date: Tue 05 Aug 2003 - 04:52:55 BST


On Tue, 5 Aug 2003, Herbert P÷tzl wrote:

> well, /var/run/vservers/<name>.ctx usually contains the
> context number and profile, so there should be such a file
> if the vserver is displayed in vserver-stat, simply renaming
> this file to XXX.ctx should be sufficient ...

How about this

{/var/run/vservers}# ll
total 8
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 27 Jul 30 15:58 rpt.ctx
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 27 Jul 30 15:58 rt.ctx

> on the other hand, if you lost your server somehow ;)
> and vserver-stat doesn't display it, the simples way would
> be to chcontext to this context and kill all processes
> and unmount any mounts into the chrooted environment ...

and this

{/var/run/vservers}# vserver-stat
CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME DESCRIPTION
0 30 28MB 1kB 57m49.96 1m56.86 5d09h43 root server
5 11 157MB 19kB 2m44.75 m08.57 5d04h40
6 4 6MB 524B 19m07.78 m33.08 5d04h30 rpt Report Generator
7 3 4MB 400B m13.13 m08.28 5d04h30 rt Request Tracker

I said it was strange.

I'm going to try a complete vserver restart and see what happens.

After about 5 tries and some editing of the .conf files to set context
numbers I got it back to looking mostly normal.

{/etc/vservers}# vserver-stat
CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME DESCRIPTION
0 30 28MB 1kB 1h20m04 2m50.19 5d09h53 root server
5 10 123MB 23kB m01.12 m00.04 m34.18 rt Request Tracker
7 4 6MB 687B m00.01 m00.00 m40.22 rpt Report Generator

Thanks for making me think ... harder on this. As to why/what happened
I'm totally clueless but it works so I'm happy.

Cheers,
Rod

-- 
  "Open Source Software - Sometimes you get more than you paid for..."


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