From: Benedikt Boehm (hollow_at_gentoo.org)
Date: Tue 09 Aug 2005 - 05:05:50 BST
On Monday 08 August 2005 23:55, Oliver Welter wrote:
> Hi List,
> today my host crashed du to some bad conditions...and I found a very
> stupid issue....
> I run gentoo (host and guest) with 2.6 kernel and recent tools.
> The vServers are guarded by a heartbeat installation.
> Now my hardware crahed, the external server-watchdog rebootet the
> maschine and the host came up fine, BUT my vServers didnt start.
> As the servers crahsed during runtime the /var/lib/init.d inside the
> guests indicated a running system and so the "vserver start" command was
> ineffectiv on all vServers.
> Is there any tool or flag to force the start of a (gentoo) vServer even
> if the init.d directory is not empty ?
use plain init style, or put a /sbin/depscan.sh after the sysboot section
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