Re: [vserver] hostname in a vserver guest

From: ADNET Ghislain <>
Date: Sat 03 Oct 2009 - 20:42:04 BST
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Timothee Besset a écrit :
> Hello,
> Can someone make sense of the following:
> ql-backend:~# vserver qlnoc enter
> ql-backend:/# cat /etc/hostname
> qlnoc
> ql-backend:/# hostname -F /etc/hostname
> ql-backend:/# hostname
> qlnoc
> ql-backend:/# /bin/bash
> qlnoc:/#
> ql-backend is the hostname of the vserver host. My prompt doesn't get
> updated to the name of the vserver guest when I enter it. However
> executing a shell once in the guest will. This is a behavior I don't
> normally see, only on this particular guest. On the host,
> /etc/vservers/qlnoc/name properly says "qlnoc" as well.
> TTimo
i had an issue that seems similar, seems you use a vserver recent patch
with a util-vserver that is too old. Try to upgrade to the last vserver
utils and you issue should disepear :)


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