The vserver utility checks if there is a file /etc/vservers/name.sh
when it is operating a vserver called "name". This file is a script
and is called in four case: Before starting a vserver, after, before stopping
it and after. The first argument one of pre-start, post-start, pre-stop
and post-stop. The second argument is the name of the vserver.
A typical script looks like:
case $1 in
mount --bind /home /vservers/$2/home