Am Freitag, den 15.01.2010, 16:25 +0100 schrieb Shinkan:
> 2010/1/15 Rik Bobbaers <email@example.com>
> i think there are 2 possible sollutions here
> OR you should mount the sysfs in the fstab of the guest config
> and not in
> the startup scripts of the
> guest /etc/vservers/<guest>/etc/fstab (or
> OR you should add mount capabilities to the guest. Check the
> capabilities settings on the site:
> hope that helps...
> Rik Bobbaers
> Well done.
> Adding SECURE_MOUNT and BINARY_MOUNT
> to /etc/vservers/myserver/ccapabilities solved sysfs mount issue.
If you want /sys mounted at all inside the guest, you should probably do
it in /etc/vservers/<guest>/fstab
Though I think this must be a very specific issue you're trying to
> I still have various errors, even by giving SYS_ADMIN to
> bcapabilities, and my VServer won't start.
> I'm making the most basic thing I can, I don't understand why it
> wouldn't work :-(
Just adding capabilities to the guest is a bad idea.
I bet you haven't cleaned up your guests startup scripts so they try to
do things that you don't need nor want inside a vserver (mouting /sys,
udev, setting time etc comes to mind).
Received on Fri Jan 15 15:49:17 2010