From: Nuno Silva (nuno.silva_at_vgertech.com)
Date: Tue 03 Feb 2004 - 01:07:39 GMT
Tor Rune Skoglund wrote:
> Errr...? If you run a command in an already running vserver, should that
> command run in the environment of that vserver, which also includes
> that context's IP?
Programs running "inside" a vserver are under chbind, chcontext, etc.
Whenm you type "vserver xpto enter" the resulting shell is under chbin,
If you only issue chcontext, in the host, you still have access to all
the interfaces/IP's in the host.
simple (and incomplete and wrong) definitions:
ch context -> relates to what ps will show;
ch bind -> relates to ipv4 addresses.
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