Daniel Hokka Zakrisson wrote:
>> Yeah, this happens because the boot-clean scripts are run on boot-up and
>> they are trying to remove the .pid and the .sock file in /var/run. This
>> is to be expected, is not a bug, and is most assuredly not a bug in
> No, that error is from util-vserver (as indicated by the chroot-sh in
> the error message. See scripts/vserver.functions:prepareInit.
Yes, that's exactly what I get after my quick research %), thanks for
made it all clear.
I dont enforce you (may be there are some other issues with this), but
as I can see, it's not necessary to stop booting with fatal error when
you meet something readonly inside /var/run. Anyway please say your
decision: is this a bug which will be fixed in future, or not? (I
suppose Ola need it to know what to do with bug I reported to BTS).
As for my situation, I just mounted all I need in /mnt/something and
write init script inside vserver, wich creates symlinks from /var/ to
mounted dirs. Looks like it works fine =)
Thanks for reply and for utils-vserver =)
-- Regards, Alexander. _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu Jul 20 11:21:22 2006