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    Command:

    vserver

    
    
    
    

    SYNTAX

           vserver [-s|--sync]  [-v|--verbose]  [--silent]  [--]  vserver  command
           [--help] args*
    
           --sync - Perform synchronization with vshelper to ensure that the guest
           has been stopped
    
           --verbose - Makes things a lot louder.
    
           --silent - Removes most informative messages.
    
           vserver - The name of a vserver.
    
           command - One of the commands listed below.
    
           --help
    
                  provides  additional  help  for  provided  command, for example:
                  vserver - build --help args are the arguments that are  possible
                  for  the  different commands, see the arguments for each command
                  listed below
    
    
    

    COMMANDS

           start [--rescue [--rescue-init] program args]
    
                  Starts the specified vserver.  The  optional  argument  --rescue
                  starts  the  vserver in rescue mode, which runs program args* to
                  start  the  vserver  instead  of  whatever  is  configured.  The
                  optional  argument --rescue-init makes the command appear as PID
                  1 in the vserver. This can be used to start /bin/bash to  inves-
                  tigate why a vserver is not able to start correctly.
    
           stop [--rescue-init]
    
                  Stops  the specified vserver, and kills the remaining processes.
                  The optional argument  --rescue-init  can  be  used  to  stop  a
                  vserver that was started with the option of the same name.
    
           restart
    
                  Restarts the specified vserver. This is the subsequent execution
                  of a synchronized 'stop' and a 'start'.
    
           condrestart
    
                  Restarts a running vserver.
    
           suexec user program args*
    
                  Executes program args* as the specified user in the vserver.
    
           running
    
                  Returns an exit code of 0 iff the vserver is running, 1 if  not.
    
           status
    
                  Provides  some  human  readable  status  information  about  the
                  vserver, and succeeds iff the vserver is running.
    
           build buildopts*
    
                  Create a vserver from scratch, where the buildopts* are a set of
                  options  and a build method. As this option calls vserver-build,
                  please see vserver-build(8) for a complete listing  of  possible
                  options and methods.
    
           delete
    
                  Remove a vserver.
    
           unify [-R] [vunify-opts*]
    
                  Unify or de-unify the vserver with its reference vserver(s).
    
           pkg install pkg*
    
                  Installs package(s) pkg in the vserver.
    
           apt-get,apt-config,apt-cache apt-opts*
    
                  Execute the apt-* command for the given vserver
    
           rpm rpm-opts*
    
                  Execute the rpm command for the given vserver.
    
           pkgmgmt externalize|internalize [-y]
    
                  Externalize  or internalize the package-management for the given
                  vserver.  ?Externalize' means that package metadata and  manage-
                  ment  tools  (apt-get,rpm) are living in the host, while 'inter-
                  nalize' means that data and programs from the  vserver  will  be
                  used.
    
           hashify
    
                  Hashify the vserver.
    
    
    

    FILES

           /usr/sbin/vserver
    
           /etc/vservers/*
    
    
    

    util-vserver October 24, 2007 VSERVER(8)

    
    
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