On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 04:55:24PM -0700, Steven Truong wrote:
> Hi, all. Thanks for your answers. Thank *smagnuson and* Mr. Poetzl . As Mr.
> Poetzl suggested by those two commands, then we just build one guest server
> and then (hard) copy by: 'cp -va' the whole guest server to the new one. Is
> it possible that we bypass the user-space commands/utilities to clone a
> guest this way? If so, then wonderful.
what do you mean by bypass user-space commands?
> Btw, is it the best possible and portable way?
> On 10/18/05, Steven Truong <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi, all. It is a good idea to build a guest server with basic all around
> > apps and then clone this basic server to other guest of the same
> > distribution, in my case FC4. Then for each clone, I would be able to add
> > specific apps to it.
> > For this matter, I could not find enough information to try. It seems like
> > for Gentoo distribution http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/vserver-howto.xmlshows that you can tar the whole guest server and then reuse this tarball.
> > I also found vserver-copy and read the man page and tried this on my
> > configured guest server. I got the following error trying to copy my lanweb
> > FC4 guest server to a newtest guest server:
> > vserver-copy -v lanweb/ newtest
> > I: vserver-copy: called on abc-25 at Tue Oct 18 12:28:25 PDT 2005
> > newtest
> > E: vserver-copy: Vserver file "/etc/vservers/lanweb/.conf" does not exist
> > Coudl somebody tell me what .conf file and where/how to configure/find it?
> > Is it the same file with /etc/vservers/lanweb/lanweb.conf file. Currently, I
> > disabled/do not have this lanweb.conf file.
> > In the man page, it also mention about /etc/vservers/vserver.conf and with
> > my current settings, I don't have this file either.
> > Could someone give me some information regarding all of these .conf files?
> > Thank you in advance for all your helps.
> > Steven.
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