Thanks Herbert for your prompt answer.
Can you please tell me is there a command which will allow me to see what
services are started and running only on the host (not on the guests)
indiscriminately whether they are started normally or with chbind option.
Because right now when I issue the 'netstat -tunlp' I can only see the
services started normally. I can not see the services started as
'v_httpd', 'v_named' or 'v_mysqld' ...
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 11:11:14AM -0500, Dragan Saraginov wrote:
>> Hi to all. Hope you all are OK.
>> I have a simple question and hope I will get a decent answer.
>> My question is why services started on the host with chbind option
>> (v_httpd, v_named, v_sshd etc) are not shown when I issue the 'netstat
>> -tunlp' command. When I issue the mentioned command I am only getting
>> the list of the services which are started normaly, without chbind
> because they are started within a separate network context,
> and you need to use the spectator context (or the specific
> network context) to make them visible
>> Dragan Saragin
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