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From: Craig McLaughlin (cpm_at_bitbucket.com)
Date: Thu 02 Sep 2004 - 19:34:52 BST

I've noticed this with ... I think I may still be running .27, actually.
Everything acts just as you describe. What I came to realise was that
vserver-stat only shows the virtual servers if a service is running.

Try this:

# vserver-stat
  (see nothing but main)
# vserver foo enter
foo# /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start
 (blah blah blah)
foo# exit
# vserver-stat
  (should now list main and foo)


On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:

> Looked on the web site and in the wiki but found no reference in the mail
> archives to this specific issue.
> I have a VServer kernel built using Grisha's instructions for build an RPM
> (thank you very much, as this works slick) and I followed Arne Blankerts'
> instructions to build a util-vserver RPM and build the Fedora Core 1
> vservers. This is a AMD K6/2-500 system, with 256 MByte RAM, two NICs and
> SCSI drives.
> All works well : the vservers start and respond at their IP addresses
> (no services configured yet). The problem is with vserver-stat : I only
> get the main server listed.
> I've resorted to the three-finger-dance (reboot :-) with the only
> exception to normal operations is the vservers are not set to ONBOOT, I
> start them manually.
> This using 2.4.26vs1.28 and util-vserver-0.30. I did see a message in the
> archives about summary data and util-vserver 0.30 so I'm wondering if I
> should use 0.29 instead.
> TIA,
> Rod

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