From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
Date: Fri 18 Jun 2004 - 01:36:23 BST
raanders_at_acm.org ("Roderick A. Anderson") writes:
>> There is no upgrade command (yet??). A process could be to create
>> the metadata with the skeleton method and to do the remaining
>> actions manually.
> The 'vskel' package?
No, with the 'skeleton' method:
| vserver <vserver-id> build -m skeleton
see http://www.linux-vserver.org/index.php?page=alpha+util-vserver also
>> What are these .sh files doing? Filesystem mounting is already
>> supported natively (through an 'fstab' file).
> Another mesage covers this. And yes they _really_ are needed. I'm
> stuck dealing with some Windows servers and need to mount shares from
> them to specific vservers but don't want them on unless the vserver is
I hope, you are doing this mounting very carefully... Ever thought about
a hacked vserver where an attacker executes
| ln -s /etc /mnt/foo
before you do
| smbmount //... /vservers/.../mnt/foo
util-vserver protects against this.
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