From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Mon 08 Aug 2005 - 10:52:35 BST
On Mon, Aug 08, 2005 at 05:17:54AM +0100, naga sudha wrote:
> Hi all
> I have to build my first vserver. I have installed vserver tools on
> 2.4.26vs1.28 on redhat distribution.now i have to start my vserver
> .but after configuring my first server, i gave vserver name enter the
> following error is coming.
give this a spin and let us know what it says ...
> No configuration for this vserver: /etc/vservers/vs1.conf
> any help plz
sorry but I just had to comment on this one ...
Dear naga sudha?
it is somewhat impolite to use an existing thread and
just hit reply (called thread hijacking), because folks
with smarter (threaded) mail clients will then read
your email in the wrong thread ...
also it reduces the chance that somebody will answer,
because if that person already decided that the thread
is of no interest, she might just ignore all replies ..
but it seems gross to me to leave the original message
attached and, in addition to that, to reply as HTML
> Andreas John <lists_at_aj.net-lab.net> wrote:
> > if you mean Disk Limits (i.e. total limit of diskspace per
> > partition a guest can use up) then they are implemented
> Yes, I meant disk limit per guest. You didn't mention how to. I
> cannot find it in the wiki / flower page ... How to I tell vhost
> foo not to consume more than 2 GB Disk space? Can I also limit max
> number of inodes (so that one guets cannot DoS the Host by taking
> all inodes)
> > in vs2.0, if you refer to Disk Quota (User and Group quota per
> > guest and partition) they are not implemented yet (for vs2.0) but
> > they work on separate partitions ...
> ta -> (for 2.4.22 as Test for 2.6.x) Could you please elaborate on
> that? Does ist mean, it implementred in pre 2.0 versions as a proof
> of concept? Is it based on VFS or did you patch into ext? (I told
> you on WTH I use reiser ;))
> > it works reasonably fine with unified files, they are not
> > accounted to the guest space (and it requires context tagging on
> > the partition in question)
> So my customers are lucky: I can't charge for unified file space...
> argh... but not so important feature .... :-)
> > HTH,
> It does.... rgds, j _______________________________________________
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