Date: Thu 14 Mar 2002 - 21:55:40 GMT
I still hadn't got confirmation as to whether this ever got through.
Initially a DNS snafu so I'm sorry if this is a duplicate or triplicate.
If it is some please just let me know and I'll stop trying.
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Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 13:15:11 -0800 (PST)
To: vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca, Linuxconf Mailing List <linuxconf_at_XC.Org>
Subject: vmail and vserver conflict?
I've run into a problem with using vmail (IP-based) in the main server on
a vserver machine. (Those on the LC list that this makes no sense to just
ignore.) It is poor setup using the main server instead of a vserver but
I'm having problems getting more vservers setup and need to get some vmail
accounts set up.
This appears to be tied to the chbind command and the vserver setup.
When I created the new IP alias in the main server is shows up as eth0:vs3
instead the typical eth0:0 etc. My vservers showup the same but those I
Is there anyway to get chbind to use more than one IP in the main server?
Is there anyway to back out the chbind stuff short of rebooting and not
running the ctx kernel?
-- Why is it so easy to throw caution to the wind. Shouldn't it be heavier and shaped like an anvil?