From: Andreas Vogt (a_vogt_at_gaia.de)
Date: Fri 18 Feb 2005 - 15:19:22 GMT
Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> could it be that you have a mixed environment?
> i.e. 64bit kernel and 32bit userspace?
> if so, for now the util-vserver tools need to be
> compiled as 64bit userspace too, if using 64bit
> kernels, otherwise something like that will happen
OK, I did that. So vprocunhide and vserver-stat works so far.
But now: I used to start my vservers using fakeinit.
Starting it now, vserver stops immediately, as
vserver runs /etc/rc.d/rc , and there the frist line is a comaprison of
variables "PREVLEVEL" and "RUNLEVEL", which both are empty. So it stops.
Using vserver 1.27 and util-vserver 0.29.4 I could start these vservers
without probs (and I liked the idea of transfering the whole vserver on
other machines without lot of screwing the system too much).
So what files will be really necessary in /etc/vservers/servername/ to get
the behaviour as in older versions with servername.conf using fakeinit?
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