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From: Chris Wilson (chris_at_netservers.co.uk)
Date: Tue 20 Apr 2004 - 15:38:48 BST

Hi Bjoern,

> No, the most recent 2.6 patch is pre10. Patches, deltas and various
> other stuff can be found here:
> http://vserver.13thfloor.at/Experimental/

Ahh, thanks, those are better :-) Does anyone know why these aren't linked
to by the patches page at

> 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.

Wow, nice of them to break binary compatibility in a stable kernel release
:-) Still, I suppose it's not the first time.

> Proc-entries are by default hidden in devel/exper. patches, more
> information can be found here:
> http://www.linux-vserver.org/index.php?page=Proc-Security
> http://archives.linux-vserver.org/200401/0125.html
> http://list.linux-vserver.org/archive/vserver/msg06552.html

This "feature" is still giving me problems, like an inability to shut down
vservers once they're started. I've had to turn it off for now.

> Hmm... Don't know, maybe you're not using a static context? Basic
> kernel/tools check script is located here:

Seems to have been related to the old patch, the newer versions
(1.9.0-pre9 and later) don't seem to have this problem

Thanks very much for your help!

Cheers, Chris.

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