[PVE-User] shutdown -r in VZ guests != reboot
dietmar at proxmox.com
Sat Jan 16 18:24:43 CET 2010
> On 2010-01-16 11:25, Dietmar Maurer wrote:
> >> When I do a shutdown -r in an OpenVZ guest, it goes down nicely, but
> >> the
> >> management system leaves it 'mounted' without it starting up again.
> >> This
> >> is no issue with KVM guests, but requires VZ guests request an
> >> administrator to do their reboots for them... is this supposed to be
> >> the
> >> case? Is there a workaround or some other option?
> >> I did some quick searches around the Wiki but didn't see any
> >> to this.
> > You just need to wait a few minutes (<5). There is a cron job which
> restarts the VMs.
> Is that only if 'Start On Boot' is checked? Because in 8+ hours, it
> didn't start - but I don't have it set to start on boot...
No, should work anyways. What kind of OS do you use inside the container?
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