From: Christian Mayrhuber (christian.mayrhuber_at_gmx.net)
Date: Fri 09 Jan 2004 - 19:55:04 GMT
Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 11:15:02AM +0100, Bert De Vuyst wrote:
>>I think this problem is not related to the kernel, but to the vserver tools.
>>Running vserver tools 0.29 + patch-vserver-0.29-fix01.diff on a machine
>>running kernel 2.4.23-vs1.22, did give the same problem.
> maybe we should depreciate the 0.29 version
> completely, it seems that Jack released his
> development version without much testing ...
> thanks for all the testing!
I've the debian package of vserver 0.29 running with 2.4.24-vs1.22
and this one works as expected.
Are you sure that you have VSERVERS_ROOT configured in /etc/vservers.conf?
This controls the base directory use to setup vservers. This
variable is normally written in /etc/vservers.conf and shared by
several vservers. The actual rool of the vserver is
A vserver may override this variable. The newvserver utility will
write a VSERVERS_ROOT= line in the vserver configuration file if a
different value was selected (compared to the one in
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