dlezcano at fr.ibm.com
Thu Sep 11 09:40:42 PDT 2008
> On Thursday 11 September 2008 11:37:33 pm Daniel Lezcano wrote:
>> xiaoming.zhang wrote:
>>> On Thursday 11 September 2008 10:05:43 pm Mark Ryden wrote:
>>>> In fact, after looking more closely, I see that before that message
>>>> appears: Error: unmouting old /sys
>>>> ERROR unmounting old /sys: Invalid argument.
>>>> forcing unmount of /sys
>>> My experience is you'd better to find a sysfs patch, since the sysfs
>>> filesystem is required by ramdisk and some system utilities, e.g., system
>>> network configuration scripts.
>>> Patch for mm-tree can be found here:
>>> This is what I used:
>>> I merged these 11 patches on Linux-184.108.40.206 though I don't understand
>>> these patches, luckily enough it worked for me.
>> As mentioned Benjamin, it is hard to boot a distro without sysfs. I
>> think it is a good idea to use the lxc patchset.
>> You can use the latest version:
> Thank you very much. And is there any patchset for Linux-2.6.26.* (not the
We worked most of the time sticked with the devel version of the kernel
tree. The kernel which is the nearest of the version you are describing
is 2.6.27-rc6-lxc1 which is not based on the -mm but on the 2.6.27
release candidate. IMO, this is the most stable version of the LXC.
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