Date: Fri 15 Oct 2004 - 09:47:44 BST
I will test ipvs and you can be sure, I'll give you all the results.
To do a complete test, I've got another simple question ( perhaps a newbie one ):
How can you set VXF_HIDE_NETIF flag ?
I read so many DOCS, FAQ, ... certainly not the good one !
Very best Regards
De : Herbert Poetzl [mailto:herbert_at_13thfloor.at]
Envoyé : vendredi 15 octobre 2004 04:11
À : HURET Pierre
Cc : vserver_at_list.linux-vserver.org
Objet : Re: [Vserver] Vserver 1.9.2, follow ...
On Thu, Oct 14, 2004 at 03:26:07PM +0200, Pierre.HURET_at_euro-securities-partners.com wrote:
> A special thank to Bjoern and Christian for your response.
> Effectively, a simple "modprobe capability" and all work fine after a
> "vserver vm1 stop".
> But I've got a question that must be clear for me and my future
> vserver machine:
> Is it normal that from a verser, whitch IP address is an alias (
> eth0:vm1 ) and eth0 is used by host server, I can see eth0 and the IP
> address associated, with a simple "ifconfig -a" ?
unless you set VXF_HIDE_NETIF, yes that is normal
(assuming 1.9.3-rc2 here)
> If I Update my verser.conf by a "S_CAPS="CAP_NET_ADMIN", from a
> vserver, I can now stop all the machine by a "ifconfig eth0 down".
yep, that is what CAP_NET_ADMIN is for (see
/usr/include/linux/capability.h or the linux-
> I play with such things because I try to realise a balanced Vserver
> and I have to create or delete some alias around eth0, but inside a
> My old tests with a kernel 2.4.26 work perfectly well, but I noticed
> that, from a vserver, I can see eth0, but NOT its IP address. So it
> seems to be less dangerous !
hmm, no not really, CAP_NET_ADMIN allows everything ...
> Does all of this goes in a right way ? What I saw and what I think
> are inline with the vserver project concept ?
> A last question: Is it possible to use ipvs inside a vserver ?
never tried ... might work, but probably not ...
> Thanks again for all your help.
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