On Saturday 08 October 2005 08:01 pm, Benedikt Boehm wrote:
its a good place to put it when you use the vservers init script to auto
start. but when you dont there is no option to call vservers unhide or some
such to just run vprocunhide... i know i can set all the guests to some mark
other than default or change the default to some other name, but when working
on the systems its a pain to keep editing back and forth so vservers doesnt
find anything to start..
please realize this is my own uneducated opinion, but i still vote for a
separatre script. for me the way i work and use them its far more convenient.
i just re-emerged util-vserver-0.30.208-r3 to see the msg that i missed... it
doesnt tell me that vprocunhide is no longer a separate script. it tells me
to run vprocunhide then goes on to tell me an init script was installed and
how to add it with no reference that vprocunhide was added into it.. there is
nothing about changes.. sorry:)
* You have to run the vprocunhide command after every reboot
* in order to setup /proc permissions correctly for vserver
* use. An init script has been installed by this package.
* To use it you should add it to a runlevel:
* rc-update add vserver default
* This init script will also help you to start/stop your vservers
* on reboot. See /etc/conf.d/vserver for details
> On Saturday 08 October 2005 22:19, Chuck wrote:
> > It appears that the ebuild for util-vserver-0.30.208-r3 is missing the
> > vprocunhide init script. On a clean system it did not install one and I
> > could not find one. I copied one from another host.
> you should read the messages popping up after the build of util-vserver
> the two init scripts (vprocunhide and vservers) have been merged into one
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-- Chuck "...and the hordes of M$*ft users descended upon me in their anger, and asked 'Why do you not get the viruses or the BlueScreensOfDeath or insecure system troubles and slowness or pay through the nose for an OS as *we* do?!!', and I answered...'I use Linux'. " The Book of John, chapter 1, page 1, and end of book _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Sun Oct 9 01:55:56 2005