Ok, so I made some headway :
CTID NPROC STATUS IP_ADDR HOSTNAME
1 1 running 192.168.195.134 -
50 12 running x.public.ip.address managed.domain
101 12 running x.public.ip.address server101.domain
I also found how to set root passwords on these containers and can now get in through the agent and also ssh
Now I set resolv.conf in container 50 to my main nameservers, and I can ping them, but cannot resolve names.
Any ideas? Also where did it pull the 192.blah address from?
Container 1 is your service container where Virtuozzo does most of its stuff, it creates its own internal IP and AFAIK thats how the node communicates with the service container.
This looks like Virtuozzo 4.6 in which case container 50 is your PIM (or PVA) as its now called, you should be able to login to this at https://managed.domain:4648
with god only knows what username and password (I use what I think is the root user and password but we only have one 4.6 install).
Your power panels are located on port 4643 and we've only ever logged into them with plesk credentials, but it seems logical that your root username and password could work.
In terms of nameservers, rather than setting them in resolv.conf set them on the command line using the --nameserver command (from memory) or through PVA (which you may not be able to get into!).
I found the whole install process for Virtuozzo 4.6 and especially the idea of having PIM (now PVA) in its own container very confusing, I have yet to have the fun involved in either upgrading 4.0 to 4.6 or in adding another 4.6 server to PIM. Its a strange world when you consider Virtuozzo 4.0 to be a polished install process.
Hope this helps, but it probably doesn't. Unfortunately there's no avoiding the documentation with Virtuozzo...