Mehdi Bennani wrote:
>> > reboot -f gives the same result on both init styles
>> Interesting, even with sysv? What is left in the guest at that point?
> Actually, with sysv, reboot -f doesn't return any error but the
> vserver doesn't reboot
> (ssh session isn't interrupted and the uptime shown by vserver-stat on
> the host doesn't go back to zero).
Hmm. How did you install the utils? Did you install them by hand? If so,
did you remember to run make install-distribution? (which would install
/sbin/vshelper, the program that executes reboots on behalf of guests)
>> What distribution are you running in your guest?
> Debian Sarge built with "vserver NAME build -m debootstrap -- -d sarge".
My sarge guest reboots fine, with both sysv and plain initstyle.
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