From: Nathan Miller <nmiller_lists@vi...> - 2002-04-01 22:24:30
Trying to share a filesystem between two uml systems. I am trying to mount
a 10G partition between 2 different umls on ubd4. My command line looks
linux con=pty con0=fd:1,fd:2 ubd4=shared_cow,shared_fs mem=64M
Trying to boot onto a redhat-7.2 partion on ubd0 it gets past the kernel
boot and then starts spewing errors.
rm: cannot remove /var/lock/subsys: Permission denied
rm: cannot remove /var/run/console: Permission denied
rm: cannot remove /var/run/netreport: Permission denied
rm: cannot remove /var/run/radvd: Permission denied
rm: cannot remove /var/run/sudo: Permission denied
/etc/rc.sysinit: /var/run/utmp: Input/output error
then when it gets to "Starting system logger:" the uml machine locks up and
I have to kill it off.
I know all the examples talk about cow files for ubd0, but shouldn't it
work as well for ubd4?
I've confirmed the creation of the cow file. I do not know if it finished,
but it created a 34M cow file for my 10GB shared filesystem I'm trying to mount.