[vserver] how to use 'skeleton' method to create a vps?

From: songjun435 <songjun435_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed 29 Feb 2012 - 09:44:49 GMT
Message-ID: <2012022917444510978014@gmail.com>

hi~
how could I build a vps by the method "skeleton"?
I use it like this:
1. vserver nova build -m skeleton --hostname nova.domain.com --interface eth0:192.168.155.50/24
2. vserver nova start
after execute above command,errors as follows:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
secure-mount: chdir("/tmp"): No such file or directory
/usr/etc/vservers/nova/fstab:2:1: failed to mount fstab-entry
chroot-sh: realpath("/var/run"): No such file or directory
chroot-sh: realpath("/var/lock"): No such file or directory
fakerunlevel: open("/var/run/utmp"): No such file or directory
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


then,I mkdir some directories:
mkdir tmp
mkdir var
mkdir var/run
mkdir var/lock


then,I execute 'vserver nova start' again,errors as follows:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No command given; use '--help' for more information.

An error occured while executing the vserver startup sequence; when
there are no other messages, it is very likely that the init-script
() failed.

Common causes are:
* /etc/rc.d/rc on Fedora Core 1 and RH9 fails always; the 'apt-rpm' build
  method knows how to deal with this, but on existing installations,
  appending 'true' to this file will help.


Failed to start vserver 'nova'
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

so,could you tell me something wrong? how should I use 'skeleton' to create a vps?
or could you tell how should I to create a vps without the network except the old 'legacy' method?
BTW,I use the CentOS,

Thank you very much!



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Received on Wed Feb 29 09:45:03 2012

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