Re: [vserver] newbie question: /usr/sbin/vserver-info: No such file or directory

From: Mike Wang <>
Date: Sun 06 Jan 2008 - 04:51:38 GMT
Message-ID: <>

HI Adam
     I chatted with people on the IRC. They are very nice and helpful.

     My issue is:
       the /usr/ is a symbolic link.
       /usr/---> /sysdata/usr/

      for the util-sever version before 0.30.215, I guess it is
Daniel Hokka Zakrisson who said that I need to put:

 /sysdata to /etc/vservers/.defaults/namespace-cleanup-skip

       after that, it works perfectly.



On Jan 5, 2008 10:39 PM, Adam Majer <> wrote:
> Mike Wang wrote:
> > Hi
> > I am running debian etch, and after install new vs, try to run is, got:
> >
> > /usr/lib/util-vserver# vserver asterisk1 start
> > /usr/lib/util-vserver/functions: line 500: /usr/sbin/vserver-info: No
> Same Debian version here (2.6.18-2-vserver-k7 -- haven't updated the
> kernel yet), and it runs fine. Never had problems with it.
> I'm also using the same old tools with latest patched kernel
> ( and no problems there too. Aside from kernel, it
> is a stock Etch. I will probably want to update the tools soon though.
> Have you setup that vserver with debian's newvserver command?
> - Adam

Best Regards
Received on Sun Jan 6 06:07:35 2008
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