Subject: Re: [vserver] New kernel 4.9.159-vs2.3.9.8 new problem on Debian 9
From: Herbert Poetzl <>
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2021 03:42:01 +0100

On Mon, Mar 08, 2021 at 02:04:37AM +0100, Sam Przyswa wrote:
> Hi,

Hey Sam,

> I installed a new gest and compare and corrected some
> directories as /dev, /etc/network and corrected some files as
> /etc/fstab, and the guest it's working now, in fact it's a very
> old machine on Debian 5.0.

I see, yes, some missing directories and/or dir entries
could easily cause that ...

> I have again some things to fix but the server is running now !


> Thanks for your help.

You're welcome!

> Sam.

All the best,

> Le 08/03/2021 à 00:07, Herbert Poetzl a écrit :
>> On Sun, Mar 07, 2021 at 08:04:41PM +0100, Sam Przyswa wrote:
>>> Hi,
>> Hey Sam,

>>> I configured a new machine with Debian 9 system with Linux
>>> vkernel 4.9.159-vs2.3.9.8 Linux kernel and since when I start
>>> a vserver it seems that the /proc, /dev, /sys on the guest
>>> machine are not mounted,
>> Do you have namespaces enabled in the kernel?
>> Do you get any error message on guest startup?
>> What do you see during a debug startup?

>>> it's not possible to connect in ssh and no way to enter in the
>>> guest with the "*vserver <guest_name> enter*" command,  do you
>>> have any idea ?
>> Do you get an error on 'enter'?

>> what does 'vserver-info - SYSINFO' give?

>> Best,
>> Herbert

>>> Thank you in advance.
>>> Sam.