Michael H. Warfield wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-01-26 at 00:42 +0100, Daniel Lezcano wrote:
>> I trick I just found:
>>  while $(true); do
>>     inotifywait /var/lib/lxc/debian/rootfs/var/run/utmp;
>>     if [ "$(wc -l /cgroup/debian/tasks | awk '{ print $1 }')" = "1" ]; then
>>         lxc-stop -n debian
>>     fi;
>> done
> Seems to be a problem with that approach.  I'm not seeing anythign
> in /var/lib/lxc/${VM}/rootfs any more.  Use to with 0.6.4 and earlier
> but not now.  That seems to have "gone away".  That might have been a
> way to get around that tmpfs problem but it's not there and I have to
> resort back to the real rootfs.

With a version > 0.6.4 the lxc-debian script write the rootfs in the 
With a version <= 0.6.4 the rootfs is created in the current directory.

Note if you have the source code from git, I incremented the version 
right before the tag 0.6.5, so you may have a pre-0.6.5 but with the 
0.6.4 version information.

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