[PL #2445] vuseradd fails to correctly vbuild a vserver
Marc E. Fiuczynski via RT
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Fri Nov 12 13:47:00 EST 2004
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Apparently "du" rounds up the filesize to blocks or whatever. For whatever reason this results in the vserver-rference being a bit larger in my particular case. The simple and more accurate fix is to use "du -s -b", which will do everything in byte size.
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> What I have noticed is that the newly created vserver is on the order of
> a few hundred KB smaller than the vserver-reference. This was roughly
> what I remember what was happening on my laptop, too.
> Well, I'll try to figure it out as it is repeatable in my environment.
> > [mlhuang - Fri Nov 12 10:00:46 2004]:
> > > Have you noticed this situation at all in any of your experiments?
> > No, never.
> > --Mark
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