From: Oliver Welter (mail_at_oliwel.de)
Date: Fri 26 Nov 2004 - 13:03:37 GMT
>>> I had some problems with SuSE vserver.
>>> First of all, you will have to enable 'fakeinit' (I don't what the
>>> equivalent is in the alpha-tools). Without this, no processes are
>>> started on my (SuSE 8.2, 9.0, 9.1) Vservers.
>>> Then SuSE introduced some new bells and whistles to fail on you in 9.1.
>>> Look in /etc/sysconfig/boot and set RUN_PARALLEL to no
>> I followed a hint on the list and took the "rc" Skript from a redhat
>> disrto - now I can at least fire up the server but some of the
>> services still fail. But this will be easy to fix - hoepfully.
> Look into /etc/init.d/rc3.d:
> Do the failing processes have Links with multiply assigned numbers?
No - I think they fail due to permission problems or missing
environments (nfs, syslog....)
> If yes, apply my second fix.
Wont do - I use the Redhat Script and this wont use this var I guess .
have set it anyway - the suse script is not working either. I cant get a
clue if and how I can use the fakeinit system with the new tools -
perhaps that might be the problem but I cant fnd any doc about :(
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