From: Björn Steinbrink (B.Steinbrink_at_gmx.de)
Date: Tue 26 Apr 2005 - 17:55:12 BST
On 2005.04.26 12:58:04 +0200, Gilles wrote:
> > > # vserver phony start
> > > vcontext: vc_create_context(): File exists
> > Take a look at vserver-stat output.
> # vserver-stat
> CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 0 115 0.9G 146.3K 38m18s83 1h40m52 21h55m35 root server
> > The init process is still running.
> Doesn't seem so (?)
> > Somewhere between 1.9.5 and 2.0pre1 we enhanced the fakeinit support.
> > This included session group virtualization, but also init protection,
> > i.e. you can't get rid of init without kernel support. What you need to
> > do is sending the kill signal via vkill:
> > vkill --xid <xid> -s 9 -- 1
> > The tools don't do that yet, thus init will keep running. Sorry that I
> > didn't think of that when writing my last mail.
> # cat phony/context
> # vkill --xid 99 -s 9 -- 1
> vkill: vc_ctx_kill(): No such process
Hm, strange... A socket hanging around should be gone by now... What
does /proc/virtual/99/status say?
Or maybe the good old "proc keeps my context" annoyance is back?
"mount -o remount /proc" should help in this case.
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