Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
> Despite following the instructions found at
As a follow up I think I found the problem. Somehow I ended up with a
circular link list.
/var/vservers/.hash/.hash => /var/vservers/.hash
Anyway it was getting ugly so I decided to remove the two guests and
probably due to my inexperience couldn't delete the the files in
/var/vservers. Tried every trick I could think of; chattr -R -i, chmod
-R u+rwx, etc.
Finally remembering that I'd had file system problems many years ago
I rebooted into a normal kernel and was able to rm -rf /var/vservers/*.
Booted back into the vs kernle and all is progressing.
I'll leave vhashify alone for a bit.
-- > > http://linux-vserver.org/alpha+util-vserver > > for vhashify I am getting error messages. > > Two vserver guests; test and site; ( with a few different packages and > some modified files ) > > I have: > > mkdir -p /etc/vservers/.defaults/apps/vunify/hash > > mkdir -p /var/vservers/.hash > > ln -s /var/vservers/.hash /etc/vservers/.defaults/apps/vunify/hash/0 > > mkdir -p /etc/vservers/site/apps/vunify > mkdir -p /etc/vservers/test/apps/vunify > > vserver site hashify > > and then get this message. > > error: db4 error(13) from dbenv->open: Permission denied > error: cannot open Packages index using db3 - Permission denied (13) > error: cannot open Packages database in /var/vservers/site/.rpmdb > > What did I miss? ( This setup is based on the FC5 install instructions > and I've added several packages using vyum. ) Any other references on > the web site or wiki to using vhashify that I missed? > > > Rod _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu May 25 23:26:45 2006