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From: klavs klavsen (kl_at_vsen.dk)
Date: Sat 09 Feb 2002 - 12:31:38 GMT

On Sat, 2002-02-09 at 05:52, edward_at_paradigm4.com.au wrote:
> Well, it _is_ a lightweight package, in a good sense.
> You mentioned the simplicity yourself which makes it easy to audit and understand
> what's going on.
> Before I came across vserver in Nov. last year, I tried freevsd, usermode linux, selinux.
> but neither was suitable for me. Vserver is a great and simple idea and the implementation is
> getting better and better.
Great. I figured there would be people on the list, who had evaluated
all the other solutions for their specific purpose, and that they have a
reasoning, as to why they choose vserver.

I would very much like to know your purpose for using a product like
vserver, and what makes it the best for you.


Klavs Klavsen

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