From: Mike Fischer (mike.fischer_at_ipsi.fraunhofer.de)
Date: Tue 13 Jan 2004 - 15:55:06 GMT
Andreas Scholz wrote:
> i've tried vserver (ctx 0.16) some time ago, and
> now i'am going to set up our new main-server.
> For my first try i used Debain 3.0, both for Host and
> vservers, but according to company-policy i have
> to use SuSE.
> My web search was quite poor, i don't need a how-to
> for setup the host (i hope), but for installing SuSE 
> as vserver.
> It would be very nice if someone who runs SuSE inside
> a vserver would point me to a install how-to.
> Please tell me whether you are using SuSE Linux for both
> host and vserver, and share your experiences please !!
> Thanks for your time + hints - Andreas
>  worked fine
>  No, there is no way around!
>  Version 9 or > will be used
> Vserver mailing list
I use SuSE 8.2 as host and vserver.
I've even got a one of their OpenExchange Servers running inside a
vserver. Gotta use vanilla.
It's pretty straightforward like a normal install
Forget about patching SuSE's kernelsources with the vserver patch, though.
Only thing I encountered was that you have to use fakeinit in the
S_FLAGS, otherwise no processes will be run.
Everything runs dandy, but I think I didn't install all functionality,
e.g. no one can reboot from inside a vserver.
Hope this helps,
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