Openvz 2014-08-12T19:05:55-0400 vzctl : CT 391801 : Unable to start init, probably incorrect template 2014-08-12T19:05:55-0400 vzctl : CT 391801 : Container start failed

2014-08-12T19:05:55-0400 vzctl : CT 391801 : Unable to start init, probably incorrect template
2014-08-12T19:05:55-0400 vzctl : CT 391801 : Container start failed

This was caused by trying to run a 64-bit template on a 32-bit kernel hostnode which is obviously impossible.

The solution is to use a 32-bit template or upgrade the hostnode to 64-bit.


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openvz, vzctl, ct, unable, init, incorrect, template, container, kernel, hostnode, upgrade,

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