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Re: vserver path leak?

On Tue, 2 Jun 2009 00:14:45 -0400
Micah Anderson <micah@riseup.net> wrote:

Thanks for your response, sorry about my delay getting back to you.

> * Karl Goetz <karl@kgoetz.id.au> [2009-06-01 23:31-0400]:
> > The suggestion in #vserver was "if you manage to get a host path on
> > a recent (non broken, i.e. non-debian :) kernel and util-vserver,
> > then it is considered a bug and will be fixed ASAP ... because that
> > basically means that the namespace isolation is not working
> > properly"
> > 
> > Is this a valid bug? Is there some debianisms involved that could
> > cause the issues, or is it just another upstream who doesnt like
> > "unoffical" packages? :)
> Only one way to find out, build a vanilla upstream, with the patch and
> find out. 
> However, I cannot reproduce what you have seen, using the same
> kernel. 

Odd. I've just done it again, using the same two vhosts.
(sorry about the wrapping)


mv /home/vservers/sidvs/root/debomatic /home/vservers/autobuilders/root/

sidvs:~/debomatic/Debomatic# cd ..

wesnoth is the host.

Ah well, I might let this one slip past - I dont have time or
inclination to build upstreams releases atm.

> micah
> ps - upstream doesn't like unofficial packages either :)

Such is life!

Karl Goetz, (Kamping_Kaiser / VK5FOSS)
Debian contributor / gNewSense Maintainer
No, I won't join your social networking group

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