On Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 03:21:48PM -0400, Philippe Clérié wrote:
> Got a reply from the ubuntu.server list: on dapper /var/run is created
> on a tmpfs and does not survive a reboot.
interesting detail, so maybe we should create that on
every startup then, or you might (as a temporary fix)
move that to a different location (at configure time)
> Philippe Clérié wrote:
> > I've installed linux-vserver on ubuntu dapper upgraded to the latest
> > packages, using the uni-klu.ac.at kernel image
> > (http://www2.uni-klu.ac.at/support/VServer).
> > During creation of a vserver, I get the following message:
> > The following problem(s) were encountered while verifying vshelper
> > functionality:
> > * The vshelper state-directory '/var/run/vshelper' does not exist; since
> > it is created by 'make install', this indicates a serious problem with
> > your util-vserver installation
> > <snipped>
> > The problem is that /var/run/vshelper is not created when util-vserver is
> > installed. Neither are /var/run/vservers and /var/run/vservers.rev.
> > When created manually, my vserver starts with no problems.
> > But, these directories do not survive a reboot. They are being deleted,
> > apparently on startup by some process which I've been unable to identify.
> > Any clue as to what's going on would be welcomed.
> > Thanks
> > Philippe
> > os: linux-image-2.6.15-21-686_2.6.15-21.30vs2.0.1+2.0.2rc15_i386.deb
> > util-vserver: util-vserver_0.30.210-6_i386.deb
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