On Mon, Aug 07, 2006 at 12:24:54PM +0200, Oliver Heinz wrote:
> Am Montag, 7. August 2006 11:42 schrieb Oliver Heinz:
> > Hi there,
> > I want to remount temporarily an noexec filesystem (/tmp) that is mounted
> > in a vserver. I don't want to change the fstab and restart the vserver, and
> > I don't want to give the vserver the caps to do it from within.
> > I'm sure there is a way to do that from the root-vserver, right?
> > Within the vserver it would be a 'mount -o remount,exec /tmp'
> > I found the secure-mount command but did not manage to get it to do what I
> > wanted.
> Just found that I forgot to add the second part. Same with Network
> Interfaces, how cann I add/delete an Interface from the outside to a
> running vserver.
first, with recent devel kernels and proper tools you
can add ips to a running guest, given that the guest
already had at least two ips assigned (single ip
special casing is still there)
now, 'how' to do that depends on the tools you use,
but basically its a single command which adds or removes
a single ip ...
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