On Mon, Nov 07, 2005 at 04:00:13PM +0100, Gilles wrote:
> > hmm, could you try with the mainline 0.30.209 please?
> # vserver --version
> vserver 0.30.209 -- manages the state of vservers
> This program is part of util-vserver 0.30.209
> $ ssh i386
> Linux dusk 2.6.14-vs2.1.0-rc5+g3 #1 SMP Sat Nov 5 18:01:33 CET 2005
> x86_64 GNU/Linux
> "i386" (vserver name) expected
> "i386" (arch) expected
just for the record, on IRC we found out that:
- a guest script was setting the host name to dusk
- the config was missing an i386 entry in */machine
> > > lsattr: Inappropriate ioctl for device While reading flags on /var/lib/vservers/
> > no idea, but sounds like your filesystem @ /var/lib/vservers
> > doesn't support the barrier ...
> It's an LVM volume with reiserfs.
this means you forgot to specify the 'attrs' option
which is (for reiserfs) required to support attributes
(it basically means no unification, immutability and
> [And /var is another LVM volume.]
> > > NodeName: dusk
> > ~~~~~ is this the host name?
> > > Release: 2.6.14-vs2.1.0-rc5+g3
> > > Version: #1 SMP Sat Nov 5 18:01:33 CET 2005
> > > Machine: x86_64
> > > DomainName: (none)
> > > nr_threads: 8
> > > nr_running: -14
> > ~~~~~ that looks like a bug to me ...
> > you might visit the irc channel to speed up things?
he and it did (visit/speed up thing :)
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Received on Mon Nov 7 19:04:30 2005