From: Russell Anthony (ranthony_at_siteturn.com)
Date: Thu 08 Aug 2002 - 21:32:44 BST
Discussions came up as to wether or not we want to offer the ability for
customers to modify their own kernels. However, I think we'll be sticking with
On 8 Aug 2002 at 22:09, Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> Russell Anthony wrote:
> > Is it possible to recompile a kernel inside a vserver to make it differ from the
> > host machine's kernel ?
> No, the vservers all run the same kernel. It gives the advantage of
> If you want to use different servers, you have to do either:
> user-mode-linux, UML which runs a linux kernel ontop of another linux
> You can run more than one at the same time (i think).
> borch a GPL'ed? x86 emulator.
> vmware a commercial x86 emulator
> Someone has mentioned some other virtual server stuff, i dont really
> the name, and i havent looked at them.
> All are properly slower than vserver
-- Russell Anthony <ranthony_at_siteturn.com> Network Development / Administration