From: Lars E. D. Jensen (lars_at_dangvard.dk)
Date: Mon 22 Nov 2004 - 18:32:58 GMT
Thanks a lot for your help!
I've followed your advice and managed to configure the vserver so almost all
errors are gone.
This is still coming when I start the vserver (but doesn't appear when I shut
SIOCSIFBRDADDR: Cannot assign requested address
SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address
I removed all /etc/init.d/ scripts except the ones I use for ssh and apache.
Does it have something to do with proc ? (I'm guessing, since I don't
understand vserver completely yet)
I've read this security tip in a document:
"make sure your /proc entries are restricted"
Restricted to what? Is this inside the virtual server or on host server?
/etc/mtab inside vserver shows this:
proc /proc proc rw 0 0
Sorry if this is a trivial question, but I find the documentation very wide
spread and a little difficult to navigate.
Mandag den 22. november 2004 16:13 skrev Herbert Poetzl:
> On Mon, Nov 22, 2004 at 03:41:44PM +0100, Lars E. D. Jensen wrote:
> > Hi
> > I want to track down some problems I have with my first vserver setup :)
> > I'm using the newest patch for kernel 2.4.28 -> 2.4.28-vs1.29 and the
> > appropiate util-vserver tools. The vserver is running on Debian linux
> > 3.0r3.
> > I get this when I start the vserver:
> > SIOCSIFBRDADDR: Cannot assign requested address
> > SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address
> your vserver is trying to configure the interfaces,
> this is not allowed and will fail
-- Med venlig hilsen
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