AW: Re: [vserver] Mountpoint readonly

From: Roman Pretory <>
Date: Thu 28 Oct 2010 - 22:37:02 BST
Message-ID: <000001cb76e8$42647080$c72d5180$@net>

by booting the vserver-defaults I have now seen a message like ext3-fs too
many mounts...

I have found now a 2 guest mounting this drive by booting and removed it,
in the moment it seem to be ok, but this could take a while.

The hole hardware is the same like before und also the backup system is
change and have now the same error!
no troubles before for 2 years ore more.
If a take the old boot disk with CENTOS 5.5 32bit all is ok again.
it's only different kernel and vserverutil.

the mount options on:

dosn't work on this system vor 2 guest's
/srv/common/home /home none defaults 0 0

in the logs a have found nothing.
only this maybe??
vxW: [»crond«,30790:#3040|3040|3040] messing with the procfs.


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Von: Herbert Poetzl []
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 28. Oktober 2010 18:48
An: Roman Pretory
Betreff: [SPAM? 3.79] Re: [vserver] Mountpoint readonly

On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 10:06:56AM +0200, Roman Pretory wrote:

> Hello

> I have now upgaded(new installed) a sytem to Centos 5.5
> 64bit with a new Kernel.

> Kernel now from [dhozac-vserver] via RPM.

> have mouted 2 HDD in the host filesystem and then bind
> into the guest.

> It runs very good but the one hdd changes without doing
> somthing to read only in the hostsystem and so allso
> in the guest.

when a filesystem (not the harddisk itsef) switches
to read-only, it usually does so because there was some
kind of filesystem corruption or the underlying device
got flakey in some way (of course, could as well be a
kernel bug)

> I have searched if anything have changed in the howto
> but itseems to be done ok.

I doubt it has anything (directly) to do with Linux-VServer
or your guest setup, I'd suggest to consult the host logs
and the 'dmesg' output, it might shed some light on the
reason for switching to read-only ...

if your hard disk actually switches to read-only (and
not the filesystem) then you might have a (more) serious
problem with your hardware ....


> Have anyone an Idee???

> more infos about the system see below.

> Many Thanks
> Roman

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