[lxc-users] Unprivileged containers and reboot of base
serge.hallyn at ubuntu.com
Fri Sep 5 17:14:11 UTC 2014
Quoting Medhamsh V (medhamsh at gmail.com):
> On 5 September 2014 19:51, Serge Hallyn <serge.hallyn at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > > "sudo cgm create all goatos && sudo cgm chown all user $(id -u user) $(id
> > > -g user)"
> > do you mean cgm chown all goatos $(id -u user) $(id -g user) ?
> > if not then that'll be your problem.
> Aaah. Sorry. I wrote it wrong way. I am doing cgm chown all goatis $(id -u
> goatos) $(id -g goatos) and
> this is fine though.
> > What is /proc/self/cgroup in one of those containers
> The name of the container is "attach" and following is the content of
> Also, I dint mention in my previous mail that those errors occur only when
> I use "attach" in my container creation script. The script is in ruby and I
> use ruby-lxc. If I dont use "attach" method I dont get any errors.
Wow, that's funky. I'd like to say it must be a bug in the ruby
bindings, but that doesn't seem likely. Could you give us the
script, or a minimal subset thereof (that just creates and does
the attach that breaks things)?
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