From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 28 Mar 2005 - 17:36:39 BST
On Mon, Mar 28, 2005 at 09:09:01AM -0500, Paul S. Gumerman wrote:
> Enrico --- thanks for the quick help.
> The kernel is compiled with SELINUX, but also compiled with SELINUX
> The thing is, this was all working fine a short time ago; I'm
> completely boggled! Should I recompile with those CFLAGS next, or
> Enrico Scholz wrote:
> psg_at_cooldog.com ("Paul S. Gumerman") writes:
> I tried to start loco-reference, but got the message "an error
> occurred .... very likely that initscript faild ...." with no other
> details regarding just what had failed. When I started it again, I did
> get the message that lines 1 and 3 in the fstab had failed because the
> fs's were already mounted, so it did get that far, at least.
> I also found that I could no longer stop any of the running vservers.
> The message was ".... still running unexpectedly. Please investigate
> it manually."
> Running vserver-stat results in a Segmentaion fault.
> Tracking this segfault would be helpfully. Do you see kernel messages
> (oops) there? Else, possible ways to trace it are:
> * chcontext --xid 1 strace vserver-stat
> * chcontext --xid 1 gdb vserver-stat --> r + bt
> I tried these two ...
> [root_at_vhost1 ~]# chcontext --xid 1 strace vserver-stat
> New security context is 1
> chcontext: execvp("strace"): Permission denied
> [root_at_vhost1 ~]# chcontext --xid 1 gdb vserver-stat --> r + bt
> chcontext: execvp("gdb"): Permission denied
> [root_at_vhost1 ~]#
> Ran "vserver fc3-reference hashify", which ran ok with one message
> (sorry, can't recall it now).
> The exact message would be helpful perhaps.
> I know, I know ... sorry, but it only did it the one time, now I just
> get the "vserver ... suexec" message. But obviously something bigger
> than just vhashify problems is happening here, so I'm not too
> concerned about this point at the moment.
please give the testme.sh script (version 0.11) a try
and pay a visit to the irc channel if possible, we can
try to narrow down the issue there much easier than via
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