On Monday 31 October 2005 04:42 pm, Tor Rune Skoglund wrote:
no its just the fact that the directory existed whether i used it as a mount
point or whether it was a simple directory.. what i had to do is after the
template was installed in the new guest, then i renamed the guest directory,
made another one mounted it then moved all the data from the freshly
installed directory to the mountpoint.
> Mandag 31 oktober 2005 22:40, skrev Benedikt Boehm:
> > On Monday 31 October 2005 19:08, Chuck wrote:
> > > this is on a gentoo system.
> > >
> > > i am trying to create a guest called support. i created the mount point
> > > in /vservers, it is mounted and a clear, empty volume. i run this
> > > and get this result:
> > >
> > > phoenix vservers # vserver-new support --hostname support --context 3920
> > > --interface eth3:220.127.116.11/24 template
> > > /work/guest-stuff/template.tar.bz2 * Existing vserver installation
> > > Try --destroy
> > vserver-new can handle mount points, just add --destroy and it will
> > umount/mount the defice automagically... (you have to specify destroy
> > because vserver-new can't decide if the mount point is fresh or already
> > used..
> AFAICT then the problem is existing symlinked vserver directories rather
> than mount points...
> Tor Rune Skoglund
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