[nSLUG] No CPU use stat from ps running bind in chroot
Crawford, Andrew (IT)
Andrew.Crawford at morganstanley.com
Tue Jul 25 11:53:02 ADT 2006
Try stracing the ps in the chroot environment and note any file accesses. Other than that, I wonder if there's a difference in your chrooted execution environment in terms of libraries etc. In any case comparing all file opens in strace in regular vs chroot should shed light.
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> Subject: [nSLUG] No CPU use stat from ps running bind in chroot
> Here is a scenario...
> Two servers: both Debian 3.1 stable.
> One runs with -t /var/lib/named while the other doesn't.
> Both work properly.
> The chrooted bind will show 0:00 for processing time from ps -aux , while
> the non-chrooted case will show some processing time has elapsed.
> (The chrooted case is far more busy, as well, so it isn't simply a case
> of an idle service.)
> I checked the bind chroot howto and don't see anything I've missed.
> googling hasn't shown anything related to it thus far.
> My feeling is that I'm missing something in named's dev
> (I've got null, random and log) or similar.
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