|Re: Duplicate kernel error / error checking dependencies [message #53636 is a reply to message #53620]
||Thu, 20 February 2020 01:32
Registered: January 2020
Thanks khorenko and dmc_dtc for your discussion, it is very helpful and |
thanks to khorenko for your method enclosed below
I have couple of questions:
1) after running these cmds, I ended up with OpenVZ on Virtuozzo Linux? or it is the Virtuozzo container that needs a license and pay? and I still need to install openvz like what we used to do on CentOS?
2) and seen from vz log:
systemd: Starting OpenVZ Container service...
vz: RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported
vz: Cannot find device "venet0"
vz: sysctl: cannot stat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/venet0/send_redirects: No such file or directory
vz: sysctl: cannot stat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/venet0/rp_filter: No such file or directory
vz: Unable to open /dev/vzctl: No such file or directory
systemd: Started OpenVZ Container service.
it seems something not working correctly (no venet0, /dev/vzctl: No such file or directory, and those ipv4 settings for iptables? instead, I have: br0, eno1, enp1s0f0, enp1s0f1, lo and virbr0)? is this because the new Virtuozzo linux sets up the network config differently or something I missed here? I actually run your cmds and then install openvz like what we used to do on CentOS to install OpenVZ, i.e.
wget https://download.openvz.org/virtuozzo/releases/openvz-7.0.12 -288/x86_64/os/Packages/o/openvz-release-7.0.12-5.vz7.x86_64 .rpm
yum localinstall openvz-release-7.0.12-5.vz7.x86_64.rpm
yum install prlctl prl-disp-service vzkernel prl-disk-tool ploop
# rpm -e kpatch
# wget http://repo.virtuozzo.com/vzlinux/vzdeploy/vzdeploy
# chmod 755 vzdeploy
# ./vzdeploy --skip-kmod-check --skip-version-check
// DO NOT REBOOT!
# do-upgrade-vzlin-vz7 --skip-license
# rpm -e libreport-plugin-problem-report libreport-plugin-vzlinux-bugs
# yum update -y
[Updated on: Thu, 20 February 2020 02:37]
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