Adnet Ghislain wrote:
> i created a guest without giving the context at creation time. It does
> not run so i tried to add a number in context but this does not help.
> Any hint ? :)
> mycomp01:/usr/local/etc/vservers/S1.myvserver01# more
> mycomp01:/usr/local/etc/vservers/S1.myvserver01# vserver S1.myvserver01
> vshelper.init: can not determine xid of vserver 'S1.myvserver01';
> returned value was ''
This means your guest isn't starting any process, and thus the context
is gone before the start process is even finished. You could:
- change the initstyle to plain (echo plain >
- set the persistent flag (echo ^38 >>
- or simply chroot to your guest and run whatever command is needed to
make sure a service is started on boot.
-- Daniel Hokka Zakrisson GPG id: 06723412 GPG fingerprint: A455 4DF3 990A 431F FECA 7947 6136 DDA2 0672 3412 _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu Sep 28 23:34:35 2006