From: Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy (grisha_at_ispol.com)
Date: Wed 13 Oct 2004 - 05:12:51 BST
I had something similar happen, but then it turned out the problem was
with my config. I figured it out by inserting an occasional echo statement
into /usr/local/lib/util-vserver/vserver.functions (disableInterfaces() is
the func you'd probably be most interested in) to see what 'ip' commands
are issued, e.g.:
instead of (line 575)
IP_ADDR) $_IP addr del "$@";;
echo $_IP addr del "$@"
$_IP addr del "$@";;
then stop the vserver
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004, David MacKinnon wrote:
> Just ran into this today one some new servers I'm setting up.
> util-vserver 0.30.195 (but it happened with 190 as well)
> vserver 2.6 patch 1.9.2 on 126.96.36.199 (with dm/drbd and nfs patches)
> When I stop _any_ vserver, it brings down _both_ eth0 and eth1 (leaving only
> lo up).
> This happens with vservers on the same subnet as the host, or on completely
> different networks.
> I haven't come across this before, I have another box with 2.6.8 + vs1.9.2
> (no other patches) with util-vserver 0.30.190 that doesn't exhibit this
> behaviour. Copying the config from this working machine doesn't help at all.
> Anyone come across this before? I suppose I'll try stripping out other kernel
> patches, but I'm not wonderfully hopeful.
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