> reboot alone won't work without an init, and by default guests don't
> have one (see below). reboot -f just calls into the kernel and tells
> it to reboot. This is caught by the patch and the kernel runs
> vshelper, which does the rebooting/halting.
Thank you for your explanation.
> Only if you're using the plain initstyle, the default (sysv) just
> runs the initscripts without going through init.
Ok, I have found this page:
http://oldwiki.linux-vserver.org/InitStyles. I have
to set /etc/vservers/<id>/apps/init/style to "plain", right? I will test this.
Are there any reasons why using "sysv" instead?
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