On 11/8/2010 9:25 AM, Daniel Lezcano wrote: > On 11/05/2010 09:27 PM, Serge E. Hallyn wrote: >> Quoting Miroslav Lednicky (ledni...@avonet.cz): >> >>> Hello, >>> >>> it is the same problem as I have may be: >>> >>> http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=4CD297E2.2030806%40avonet.cz&forum_name=lxc-users >>> >>> I don't know what can I do with it. >>> >>> Server reboot is necessary ... >>> >> I fired off a container and did a bunch of ns_exec's under it to create >> some cgroup subdirectories. When I powered off the container, lxc did >> indeed complain about not being able to remove /cgroup/ubuntu1. I did >> >> find /cgroup/ubuntu1 -type d -print0 | xargs -0 rmdir >> >> which deleted the subdirectories and complainted about not being able >> to remove ubuntu1 itself. Then I did 'rmdir /cgroup/ubuntu1' and it >> worked. >> >> So the only problem with my find statement is that it doesn't work >> depth-first, so you might have to do it a few times to get all of the >> subdirectories. >> >> Daniel, I think it would be worthwhile for lxc, on exiting a container, >> to do a depth-first search or all directories under the container's >> cgroup, and rmdir them all. What do you think? >> > > Yep, agree.
If you want to cheat and assume recent versions of gnu find, it has -deth which says "processes directories contents before directory itself" and -delete, which the man page says implies -depth. So all you need is just: find /cgroup/vps001 -type d -delete That's it. No error messages and the entire directory /cgroup/vps001 is gone afterwards. But also, since upgrading to kernel 2.6.36 (and already using lxc 0.7.2) I haven't had to delete any cgroups manually anyways. It's probably not my release_agent because I just noticed I didn't have a working release_agent (no output in it's log, probably because the script wasn't chmod 755) It's only been a couple days and only a few starts/stops while working on a new start/stop/status init script though. -- bkw ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Next 800 Companies to Lead America's Growth: New Video Whitepaper David G. Thomson, author of the best-selling book "Blueprint to a Billion" shares his insights and actions to help propel your business during the next growth cycle. Listen Now! http://p.sf.net/sfu/SAP-dev2dev _______________________________________________ Lxc-users mailing list Lxcfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/lxc-users