From: Gilles (gilles_at_harfang.homelinux.org)
Date: Wed 28 Sep 2005 - 14:46:02 BST
> Possibly unrelated, but it would mean that the vserver would pre-empt
> CPU heavy processes running on the main system with a normal priority
> which might explain what you're seeing.
I think that the problems really stems from the undue "/dev" entries.
In the last step of vserver creation, I just had to delete the entries
that are not in Herbert's short list. And the phenomenon disappeared.
But out of curiosity, I'd like to know which of the entries below are
dangerous enough to hang the keyboard and by what mechanism it happens
('*' is not litteral, but indicates several entries of the same type):
Then, for Debian-oriented people, why does "debootstrap" create
those entries? For example, I certainly didn't ask it to install
any sound-related packages, yet it created those "mixer", "midi",
"dsp" and whatever. Should this be considered a bug?
Thanks and best regards,
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