Re: [Vserver] How to run util-vserver 'vserver <vserver name> start' command in forgeground?

From: Herbert Poetzl <>
Date: Tue 02 May 2006 - 16:17:22 BST
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On Tue, May 02, 2006 at 06:44:37AM -0700, EKC wrote:
> Hello,
> After starting a vserver with the 'vserver <vserver name> start'
> command, I would like to be able to send signals to the running
> vserver (from a Perl script). Are there any supervisory vserver
> scripts that remain in the foreground after starting a vserver?
> Alternatively, is there any way to keep the 'vserver <vserver name>
> start' command in the foreground?

no, in either case (sysv or plain) the vserver script
terminates once the guest is started, but you can use
the vkill command to send arbitrary signals to the
guest processes including guest init ...


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