To what extent do the host and the guest have to be compatible? I'm
getting this when trying to start a Fedora Core 5 guest on an FC4 host:
# vserver fc5 start
/usr/bin/env: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found (required by /usr/bin/env)
An error occured while executing the vserver startup sequence; when
there are no other messages, it is very likely that the init-script
(/etc/rc.d/rc 3) failed.
Common causes are:
* /etc/rc.d/rc on Fedora Core 1 and RH9 fails always; the 'apt-rpm' build
method knows how to deal with this, but on existing installations,
appending 'true' to this file will help.
Failed to start vserver 'fc5'
FC5 has glibc 2.4 whereas FC4 has glibc 2.3. Is that really the problem,
or is the message a side-effect of some other problem?
My setup is 188.8.131.52-vs2.0.1 with 0.30.210. The vserver was created by
dumping an installation on hardware and restoring it to /vservers/fc5
replacing dev with one created by 'vserver <vserver> build -m skeleton'
for i in *; do chkconfig $i off; done
chkconfig syslog on
mv halt halt.orig
ln -s /bin/true halt
commenting out references to klogd in syslog
which is a procedure that has been successful with FC2 and FC4 guests on
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Received on Wed Aug 9 03:03:44 2006