On Saturday 29 October 2005 11:44, Chuck wrote:
> I'm sure its something I have mis-configured, but I have no clue where to
> when i try to use the vservers startup script, which now works right on the
> other system, i get this error:
> phoenix rio # /etc/init.d/vservers start
> * Unhiding /proc entries ...
> [ ok ]
> * Starting vservers of type 'default' ...
> * ns1 starting
> make: *** No rule to make target `..stamp', needed by `.ns2.stamp'.
> make: Target `all' not remade because of errors.
> and it only starts ns1 then exits.
this is definitely a problem with util-vserver, the init script
uses /usr/lib/util-vserver/start-vservers which is pretty borked
> i have depends set up on this machine but it seems i must have something
> else.. something about a guest.stamp or something..
> for ns2 which failed, i have in /etc/vservers/ns2/apps/init/depends a
> single entry
> and then the others all depend on each other so there is a specific start
> order but it never gets that far.
> what do i still need to do?
> and then it hides proc entries and i cannot start the others manually until
> i unhide them manually.
> i still think this is a bad place to put the vprocunhide as without the
> other init script to back it up it leaves a person unable to manually work
> with their system when the init script setup doesnt work.
> for me i shall always edit that script to remove the vprocunhide/hide code
> in every version and will continue to use the manual script which i saved a
> copy of since i dont believe it is supplied any more.
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Received on Sat Oct 29 16:59:38 2005