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Just to clarify that #0 is a real context which belongs to the host machine.
Claus Herwig wrote:
>>> First thing: The debian init script now tries to set barrier
>>> attributes on <vserverroot>/.pkg and <vserverroot>/.hash and complains
>>> if they don't exist. What are these dirs for? Till now I didn't have
>>> them in my vserver roots.
>> the first one is for externalized package management,
>> the second one for unification (the hash store), but
>> I doubt that setting barriers on them is a good thing(tm)
>> IMHO the barrier should only be set on the directory
>> directly above a guest root, i.e. /path/to/guest/..
>> (maybe daniel or micah can clarify?)
> so at least in my case it doesn't hurt not to have this directories :-)
>> as there (strictly speaking) is no root context, it was
>> dropped from vserver-stat to avoid confusion in the
> thanks for clarification. I know that #0 isn't a real context, but I
> didn't find a note about the changed behaviour. So I thought there could
> be something wrong with kernel and util-vserver versions playing
> together or something like that.
> Anyway, thanks a lot,
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Received on Tue Mar 17 15:16:13 2009