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Linux Virtual Servers

Start up util-vserver

# service vprocunhide start service util-vserver start

Export Virtual Server name

# export vservername=<vservername>

Creating A Virtual Server

# vserver $vservername build -m yum --context 100 --hostname $vservername --interface eth0:a.b.c.d/24 -- --debug

Auto-start Virtual Server

# echo default > /etc/vservers/$vservername/apps/init/mark

Install VIM Editor & sysklogd

# vyum $vservername -- install vim-enhanced sysklogd

Install rootfiles Install some files in /root...

# vyum $vservername -- install rootfiles

Create /vservers/$vservername/etc/profile.d/vserver.sh and chmod +x it ... # If we in the vserver, display better prompt

export PS1="[SERVER-NAME:\u \W]% "

Configuring the Virtual Server

You'll need to edit /vservers/$vservername/etc/hosts & /vservers/$vservername/etc/resolv.conf to setup the dns Edit /etc/vservers/$vservername/uts/nodename and set the hostname of the vserver. Turn Everything On

chkconfig vservers-default on
chkconfig vprocunhide on
chkconfig util-vserver on

Starting a Virtual Server

Starting the vserver requires at least one service to be installed to run.

# vserver $vservername start

Stopping a Virtual Server

# vserver $vservername stop

Entering a Virtual Server

# vserver $vservername enter