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From: Roderick A. Anderson (raanders_at_acm.org)
Date: Thu 24 Jun 2004 - 22:08:14 BST

On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 areeves_at_gmu.edu wrote:

> [root_at_Squiggles root]# vserver test start
> Starting the virtual server test
> Server test is not running
> ipv4root is now
> New security context is 49159
> [root_at_Squiggles root]#

Did you expect something else to happen. Try vserver-stat and see if it
is or isn't actually running.

On one of my older systems I see:

0 31 30MB 2kB 3d06h41 1d02h52 147d04h08 root server
22 13 82MB 6kB 9m59.71 3m59.74 147d04h05 db2
100 10 36MB 2kB 1m42.41 m51.42 34d09h38 da2
101 13 167MB 23kB 14d09h59 6m49.03 147d03h47 rt
200 8 137MB 2kB 8m59.84 7m41.26 147d04h05 mydb2

This shows four vservers plus the root server running.

Then to access the 'rt' vserver I would use the command

        vserver rt enter

and see:

        ipv4root is now
        New security context is 101
        Kernel do not support chrootsafe(), using chroot()

(And yes it is a really old system but running strong enough to wait for
update when my new(/used) 4-way Xeon system becomes available. And
perhaps vserver for the 2.6 kernel will be super stable also :-)


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