[vserver] vdlimit weirdness on wrong config setup situation

From: Ghislain <gadnet_at_aqueos.com>
Date: Fri 19 Dec 2014 - 14:25:47 GMT
Message-ID: <5494356B.3060003@aqueos.com>


 i stumbled on an issue with vdlimit in an obvious wrong config but i
think it show a glitch :

1/ i got a guest with a vdlimit on it's root dir /vserver/guest01 at 4gb
2/ this guest fstab mount the root from a lvm partition
/dev/mapper/volume-guest01 mounted with no tagging (so the limit is not

the root fs show then with df -h inside the guest

/dev/hdv2 3.9G 0 3.8G 0% /

3/ i do
vdlimit --xid guest01 --remove /vservers/guest01

4/ df still show me
/dev/hdv2 3.9G 0 3.8G 0% /

5/ after thinking out loud in vserver irc i did:
vnamespace -e guest01 -- vdlimit --xid guest01 --remove /vservers/guest01

and then the limit was really lifted to show in the guest

/dev/hdv2 197G 15G 183G 8% /

I think this show a glitch, even if my config is weird and wrong the
vdlimit system should have removed the limit in the namespace also :)

hope that make sense.

Received on Fri Dec 19 14:26:07 2014

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