From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Tue 02 Dec 2003 - 22:53:02 GMT
On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 06:47:17PM +0100, Bert De Vuyst wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 December 2003 18:27, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 06:10:52PM +0100, Bert De Vuyst wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > Do we still have to bind SSH on the host server to it's IP-address, in
> > > linux-vserver 1.0? (we had to do it in previous version)
> > hmm, what is the previous version of the _first_
> > stable vserver release vs-1.00? okay, probably
> > ctx17 or something like that ...
> > you don't have to 'bind' it to an address ...
> > but it will help (especially if you want to have
> > sshd on the vservers too) ...
> Running ctx17 I had to bind ssh to the IP-address of the host server,
> otherwise I couldn't login on the vservers using ssh (same story for SMTP and
> During the installation of a new server running linux-vserver 1.0, I forgot to
> change the configuration of SSH. And I could login on the vservers running on
> that machine using SSH. I did test SMTP and ftp connections, and it did work.
> This machine is now in production use.
> All the daemons use the standard init scripts
you should make use of the v_sshd, v_sendmail, v_*
scripts which use a script called vsysvwrapper and
a configuration in /etc/vservices/sshd.conf which
looks like this:
(just an example) and restricts the services (sshd)
to those IPs/interfaces/aliases ...
this way the 'other' addresses stay available for
the vservers and you won't have any collisions or
issues with sshd on the host and on the vservers ...
> My configuration:
> - kernel 2.4.22 + linux-vserver 1.0 patch
> - debian 3.0r1
> - debian package of the vserver tools (recompiled from debian testing)
> Best regards,
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