Re: [Vserver] vhashify

From: Enrico Scholz <>
Date: Mon 24 Oct 2005 - 08:58:36 BST
Message-ID: <> (Thorsten Gunkel) writes:

> In general this works great, but I had once or twice the problem
> that a service stopped working because it could not longer write to
> its files. Now I like to exclude the affected directory from the
> vhashify. mentions
> that this is possible but I don't understand how to exclude for
> example /var/data1 from vserver foo2.

1. /var is excluded by default

2. you can set up your own exclude list under

   | /etc/vservers/<name>/apps/vunify/exclude

   Be very careful when writing this list; it will completely
   override the default exclude list at

   | /usr/lib/util-vserver/defaults/vunify-exclude

   I suggest to copy the default list and add your files.

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