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vzeventd - the OpenVZ events daemon.
vzeventd [-v] [-d] vzeventd -h
This daemon takes care of events sent by the OpenVZ kernel (via a netlink socket) and performs required actions associated with those events, by running specific scripts. Every event received contains a container ID, which is passed to the script as VEID environment variable. Current list of known events and associated vzeventd actions are: start Ignore. stop Run /usr/lib/vzctl/scripts/vzevent-stop. This script takes care of removing ARP and routing records for the given CT from CT0. mount Ignore. umount Ignore. reboot Run /usr/lib/vzctl/scripts/vzevent-reboot. This script takes care of rebooting a given CT.
-v Increase verbosity (can be used multiple times). -d Debug mode (do not daemonize, run in foreground). -h Display help and exit.
Returns 0 upon success.
Copyright (C) 2010-2011, Parallels, Inc. Licensed under GNU GPL.
This manual page was initially written by Thorsten Schifferdecker <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).