From: Brian Ipsen (bipsen-dated-1122707603.1c7418_at_andebakken.dk)
Date: Sat 23 Jul 2005 - 08:13:21 BST
> > I tried to build a vserver using:
> > # ./vserver-build --force -m yum -n dns-int1 --hostname
> > ns2-int.domain.dk --netdev=eth0:0 --interface=192.168.3.27
> > --netmask=255.255.255.0 -- -d wbel4
> you certainly do not want to specify eth0:0 which isn't an
> interface but at best an alias ... if you want to get an
> alias (why would you need it for? ... ah ifconfig, I see :)
> then better use something like:
> --interface hansi=eth0:192.168.3.27/24
I found out - it creates its own virtual interface ;-)
Anyway - stopping the vserver still gives:
> > # vserver dns-int1 stop
> > Shutting down system logger: [ OK ]
> > Starting killall: [ OK ]
> > A timeout occured while waiting for the vserver to finish
> and it was
> > killed by sending a SIGKILL signal. Please investigate the reasons
> > and/or increase the timeout in apps/vshelper/sync-timeout.
Even though nothing particular has been started inside the vserver..
And one of the last things: If I need to run qmail inside one of the
vservers, I guess it should be created with "--initstyle fakeinit" ??
As far as I remember, there is an issue with bind - it should have
CAP_SYS_RESOURCE set (at least it was so in the old-style config). Where
should this parameter be added in the 2.0-style configuration ?
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