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From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Sun 11 Sep 2005 - 03:08:19 BST


On Sat, Sep 10, 2005 at 08:06:48PM +0200, Tor Rune Skoglund wrote:
> LÝrdag 10 september 2005 19:18, skrev Herbert Poetzl:
> > On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 11:29:32PM +0200, Tor Rune Skoglund wrote:
> > > "Default flagging
> > > As of now stable defaults to all proc entries visible everywhere,
> > > development and experimental versions default to all proc entries only
> > > visible in context 0."
> >
> > config VSERVER_PROC_SECURE
> >
> > so we now default to enable the proc security, hiding
> > most entries by default ...
>
> Yes, that might have been it. I emerged the 2.6.13
> vs2.0 kernel sources, recompiled the kernel, and
> now it works as expected.
>
> Silly me, I didn't save the old .config and cannot tell
> whether PROC_SECURE was the missing link or not.
> It's a bit strange though - I _thing_ did check that before
> the kernel compile, but we'll never know for sure...
>
> Other pecularities are:
>
> - I always get
>
> "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."
>
> on vserver xxx stop. I'm not sure how to debug this.
> Increasing the timeout didn't help, and I didn't expect it to either....

well, for some reason the guest has still programs
running after a shutdown, best check with 'vps auxwww'
and look for processes inside your guest (while waiting
for the timeout to occur)

> - There seems to be problem with the gentoo init.d and/or
> util-vserver's start-vservers script: (I have edited the init script
> to see what actually was executed)
>
> linuxserver ~ # /etc/init.d/vservers start
> * Starting vservers of type 'default' ...
> /usr/lib/util-vserver/start-vservers -m default -j 1 --all --start
> [ ok ]
> linuxserver ~ # vserver-stat
> CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 0 100 1.9G 0.9G 17m11s21 4m12s17 3h24m27 root server
> 100 3 6.9M 2.7M 0m01s46 0m01s56 0m50s72 templategentoo
> linuxserver ~ # /etc/init.d/vservers stop
> * Stopping all vservers ...
> /usr/lib/util-vserver/start-vservers -j 1 --all --stop
> [ ok ]
> linuxserver ~ # vserver-stat
> CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 0 100 1.9G 0.9G 17m11s49 4m12s37 3h24m48 root server
> 100 3 6.9M 2.7M 0m01s46 0m01s56 1m11s72 templategentoo
> linuxserver ~ #
>
> Vserver still running after start-vserver --all --stop.
>
> Removing STOP_ALL in /etc/conf.d/vservers so that
> it just stops all vserver with mark 'default' did help, but anyway
> I think --all --stop should work on "marked" vservers also.

did you already file a bugreport on savannah?

best,
Herbert

> Anyway, thanks for the help.
>
> Best regards,
> Tor Rune Skoglund
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