On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 04:14:14PM +0200, Etienne Vogt wrote:
> Is there anyone here running Vserver under Debian wheezy with the
> LiHas packages for kernel and util-vserver ?
I do, for somewhat obvious reasons.
> ~# vserver -v testvm start
> New network context is 2
> Adding <ip removed>
> New security context is 2
> save_ctxinfo: open("/var/run/vservers/testvm"): Permission denied
> The kernel used is linux-image-3.4.40-vs220.127.116.11+lihas1 and userland tools
> are util-vserver* 0.30.216-pre3034-1 both from the
> http://ftp.lihas.de/lihas-kernel/ repository.
I neither experienced this on updated servers squeeze->wheezy, nor on
fresh installed systems that directly used these util-vserver/kernel.
However, I have seen similar things with broken barrier-flags, usually
on systems that went some longer update-path. I suggest you check for
presence of the barrier flags on /vsevrers and absence everywhere else.
I have seen one on /usr/bin once, so really look everywhere. No idea how
it went there, had been a normal Debian squeeze install back then.
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