From: Sam Stickland (sam_ml_at_spacething.org)
Date: Mon 15 Mar 2004 - 12:46:42 GMT
Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 15, 2004 at 10:29:14AM +0200, Bogdan wrote:
>> On Mon, 15 Mar 2004 07:26:12 +0200
>> Bogdan <bogdan_at_llama.fdns.net> wrote:
>>> This morning trying to log in into host system I get.
>>> root_at_wptop.com's password:
>>> stdin: is not a tty
>>> What could it be? And how could I log it?
>> Fixed. Reason was that when I removing once vserver ysterday, I did
>> it by rm -rf /vservers/SOMESERVER/ - so I lost allmost all /dev in
>> main systems. The solution is to log in to the system by
>> ssh root_at_host sh -i
>> then execute
>> cd /dev; /sbin/MAKEDEV -v generic
> hmm, interesting ... but let me get this straight:
> you say:
> - you did a rm -rf /vservers/SOMESERVER/ (on the host)
> - this removed? your /dev entries on the host?
> - you fixed that by ssh-ing in and recreating the /dev
> my question:
> - how could rm -rf remove the dev node from your host?
Maybe the vservers /dev directory was linked, rather than the files?
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