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    Command:

    vserver-build

    
    
    

    SYNTAX

           vserver-build  -m  method  -n  name  [--force] [--keep] [--rootdir dir]
           [--pkgbase dir] config options* [--] method arguments*
    
           -m method
                  Use build method; see below for possible values.
    
           -n name
                  Name of vserver you are building.
    
           --force
                  Remove/rename already existing vservers with the same name.
    
           --keep Do not delete generated files and directories if  vserver  build
                  fails.
    
           --rootdir dir
                  Root            vserver            directory           [default:
                  /etc/vservers/.defaults/vdirbase].
    
           --pkgbase dir
                  Package base directory [default: /var/lib/vservers/.pkg].
    
    
    

    CONFIG OPTIONS

           --context num
    
                  The static context of the vserver [default: none;  one  will  be
                  generated for you].  The valid range is 2 through 49151.
    
           --confdir dir
    
                  The   vserver   configuration   directory   to   use   [default:
                  /etc/vservers/<name>].
    
           --lockfile filename
    
                  The lockfile to use [default: /var/run/vservers/<name>].
    
           --hostname hostname
    
                  Hostname of the vserver.
    
           --netdev device
    
                  The default interface to use for --interface.
    
           --netbcast broadcast
    
                  Broadcast address to associate with the vserver.
    
           --netmask netmask|--netprefix prefixlen
    
    
                  Declares the CPUSET this vserver will run in [default: none]
    
           --cpusetcpus number[-number][:exclusive]
    
                  Sets which CPUs belong to the CPUSET, :exclusive is a flag (0|1)
                  prohibiting any other cpuset from using those CPUs.
    
           --cpusetmems number[-number][:exclusive]
    
                  Sets which memory pools belong to the CPUSET,  :exclusive  is  a
                  flag  (0|1) prohibiting any other cpuset from using those memory
                  pools.
    
           --cpusetvirt
    
                  Virtualize the cpuset (the vserver will see only CPUs defined in
                  the  cpuset).   Requires  kernel patch from http://www.bullopen-
                  source.org/cpuset/
    
           --initstyle style
    
                  Configures the initstyle (e.g. minit, sysv, plain, gentoo)
    
    
    

    METHODS

           apt-rpm
    
                   -- -d distribution
    
                  Installs the base-packages of the given  distribution  with  the
                  help of
    
           yum
    
                  -- -d distribution
    
                  Installs  the  base-packages of the given distribution with help
                  of
    
           rpm
    
                  -- [-d distribution] --empty|([--force] [--nodeps] manifest)+
    
                  Installs lists of rpm-packages
    
           skeleton
    
                  -- [cmd args*]
    
                  Installs a minimal skeleton filesystem, creates  the  configura-
                  tion file and calls an optional command
    
    
                  -- [-f fai_vserver] [-n nfsroot] [-d fai_dir] [-a]
    
                  Bootstraps the vserver with the Debian Fully Automatic Installa-
                  tion
    
                  -f means use the nfsroot and profile in the vserver fai_vserver
    
                  -n nfsroot specifies the 'NFS' root explicitly
    
                  -d fai_dir specifies the location of the FAI profile
    
                  the -f option implies -n and -d are relative to the fai_vserver
    
           rsync
    
                  -- [-d distribution] --source source [-o rsync option]*
    
                  Installs a vserver by rsyncing from source to the guest root
    
           clone
    
                  -- [-d distribution] --source source
    
                  Clones a vserver by linking unified files and copying the rest
    
    
    

    EXAMPLES

           # vserver kea build -m debootstrap --context 10 --hostname kea --inter-
           face eth0:192.168.0.44/32 -- -d etch
    
    
    

    BUGS

           Please report bugs to vserver@list.linux-vserver.org
    
    
    

    AUTHORS

           This man page was written  by  Micah  Anderson  <micah@debian.org>  and
           based upon the helpful output from the program itself.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

            chbind(8) chcontext(8)
            rebootmgr(8) reducecap(8)
            vps(8) vpstree(8)
            vrpm(8)
            vserver-stat(8)
            vtop(8)
    
    
    

    vserver-build October 27, 2007 VSERVER-BUILD(8)

    
    
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