On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 12:27:34PM +0100, Oliver Welter wrote:
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> Hi All,
> It seems that I am misunderstanding the namespace cleanup thing...
> I use unionfs (aufs) for my guests rootfs - a basic root stub and a
> physical data partion are assemlbed in a script in prepre-start and
> mounted to the actual guests root.
> In parallel, I have a script in post-start that mounts the physical
> device to a backup mountpoint /mnt/backup/<server>.
> I now try to use "namespace-cleanup-skip" settings, to prevent this
> backup mountpoint to disapear from the root context but I am
what do you mean by 'root context'?
> I tried putting the parent /mnt/backup as well as the directr path
> /mnt/backup/www1 into either the gloabl as also the guests own
> settings file - but it wont work.
what are you trying to achieve?
> Anybody has a pointer for me?
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Received on Sun Mar 15 18:55:02 2009