Issue was fixed. To clarify what happened and how issue was fixed.
I am running Debian sid. util-vserver was overwritten with the sid one,
that is why cgroups were not mounting correctly. After installing
util-vserver from psand repo, everything is back to normal.
On 01/04/14 15:38, Tomasz Pajor wrote:
> Ok, I've booted with 3.10 kernel without cgroup in my fstab. I ran
> "service util-vserver start", cgroup is not mounted. You have any clue
> why this is happening?
> On 01/04/14 12:45, Ben Green wrote:
>> Quoting Tomasz Pajor <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>> I'm just wondering why do I get "open(memory.stat): No such file or
>>> directory" while running vserver-stat. This awkward things started
>>> happening when I upgraded to 3.13. Maybe I will try to reinstall all
>>> the vserver packages.
>> Things to try (separately from each other):
>> * boot with a 3.10 kernel
>> * remove your cgroup line from fstab, boot with a 3.13 kernel, run
>> "service util-vserver start" as root, see if you have anything cgroup
>> related mounted
>> * do that above with a 3.10 kernel see if anything different happens
>> What distro are you on by the way?
-- Best regards Tomasz PajorReceived on Tue Apr 1 16:01:55 2014