I followed the instructions described at
http://linux-vserver.org/Upstart_issues and upgrade to Ubuntu 9.10 went
fine. But there is an issue with starting cron daemon. The 'service crond
restart' complains about not being able to connect to
Anyone have any idea how to resolve this? I am using the last stable
kernel+patch versions and utils-vserver 0.30.214 .
> Am Samstag, den 07.11.2009, 18:39 +0100 schrieb Herbert Poetzl:
>> > Though the problem still exists: upstart won't work out of the box
>> > linux-vserver. With style=plain it really should.
>> the problem here is that upstart has some 'requirements'
>> and makes some 'assumptions' which no other init did
>> before, but nothing really critical ...
>> please check here for details (and maybe put the results
>> on a wiki page afterwards?)
> believe it or not, i digged around in the logs back to 2009-10-17....
> This is exactly the info I was looking for - and way more helpfull than
> 'you need to do special magic' ;-)
> I've just added a wiki page for this issue.
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