From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 19 Apr 2004 - 20:40:45 BST
On Mon, Apr 19, 2004 at 08:48:23PM +0200, Bjoern Steinbrink wrote:
> On Mo, 2004-04-19 at 20:06, Chris Wilson wrote:
> > Hi all,
> Hi Chris,
> > I'm trying to get the experimental vserver patch 0.09 working on kernel
> > 2.6 (since it appears to be the only option for 2.6 right now). The kernel
> No, the most recent 2.6 patch is pre10. Patches, deltas and various
> other stuff can be found here:
yes, actually it's vs1.9.0pre10.3 ... ;)
> > patched and compiled fine, but when I try to enter a virtual server (which
> > I haven't tested on 2.4, so it could be a problem with the virtual server
> > itself), I get the following errors:
> > /usr/sbin/vserver: line 715: ulimit: max user processes: cannot modify
> > limit: Invalid argument
> I guess you're using the stable tools, or at least a legacy
> configuration, replace -H with -HS in the ULIMIT line. This is a general
> kernel change introduced somewhere around 2.4.24 IIRC.
(since 2.4.22 actually)
unrelated to vserver, the kernel interface has
changed, but still some tools do not know about it ;)
> > Error: /proc must be mounted and readable
> > To mount /proc at boot you need an /etc/fstab line like:
> > /proc /proc proc defaults
> > In the meantime, `mount /proc /proc -t proc'
> > To set the permissions, `chmod 755 /proc'
> Proc-entries are by default hidden in devel/exper. patches, more
> information can be found here:
with vs1.9.0pre10* you can actually disable the
proc security from the menuconfig (or *config)
> > ipv4root is now 192.168.3.181
> > Can't set the new security context
> > : Invalid argument
> Hmm... Don't know, maybe you're not using a static context? Basic
> kernel/tools check script is located here:
> > Can anyone advise me what the problem might be? Are new tools required for
> > the experimental patch, and if so where can I get them from? I don't mind
> > if they are experimental too, but I can't see any on the downloads page
> > [http://www.13thfloor.at/vserver/e_patches/overview/].
> The alpha tools are AFAIK not required but their use is strongly
> suggested, because only those provide support for the latest features.
correct, many features are new to 1.9.x and the
legacy tools do not know about them, so they can
not handle them properly ...
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