From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Wed 20 Apr 2005 - 23:45:51 BST
On Thu, Apr 21, 2005 at 12:10:10AM +0200, Marcel de Riedmatten wrote:
> Hi all
> I am playing with with the new debian package util-vserver 0.30.204-5,
> thanks to Ola for that. I dont want some vserver to be started
> automaticaly at startup so i don't put the "default" mark for that one.
> But when i shutdown the machine and this vserver is running it isn't
> shutown and some filesystem can't be unmounted.
hmm, interesting point, I always assumed that _all_
running vservers will be shut down correctly when the
host system does a shutdown ... regardless whether they
are marked for automatic startup or not.
Enrico? any comments?
> So I could easily write a script to shutdowm my vserver and do a
> vkillall for stuff running in context 1 but i am just asking myself if
> there is a more generic solution for that, some way to shutdown all
> vservers still running and to kill all apps running in non 0 context.
> Marcel de Riedmatten
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