From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Sun 08 Feb 2004 - 15:59:37 GMT
On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 02:15:01PM +0000, Luís Miguel Silva wrote:
> Hello all (a special hi to the developers).
> I use vservers for about 2 years now.
> I love them and i (on a human basis'speaking) love you developers! ;o)
> The only complaint i have to make is about those patches and all
> the NEW versions that get released!
> I almost have a nervous break down each time i have to upgrade my
> Although the response time to security threats is very quick (and, once
> again, thanks a lot herbert), my vservers allways stop working.
> Regarding this latest chroot flaw, unfortunatly i havent had the time to
> patch my servers (friday i had a important math exame and saturday i
> went to a seminar outside my city).
> Either way, although i didnt have any time to patch my vservers, i tried
> to quickly patch ONE of them on friday (just to see how it went).
> I applied patch 1.25. All went smooth until the boot process.
> The vservers didnt boot again with that "Cant change to security context
> #-1" (i think that was the exact message if im not in mistake).
hmm, what was your vserver version before?
> This ALLWAYS happens to me when i upgrade the vservers (kernel patch)
> version, am i doing something wrong? Has this something to do with the
> vserver/tools versions?
could easily be, what version do you use?
> I have about 10 production servers to update today.
> If someone could please help me with this, i would sure appreciate it!
sure, pay a visit on the channel, I'll try to help
where I can ...
> Luís Miguel Silva
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