From: Lars Braeuer (lbraeuer_at_mpex.net)
Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 08:41:47 GMT
here's my opinion as a vserver user:
the most important thing I'd "need" is the implementation of jacques feature,
to limit the space used by a certain vserver in the host system.
the second most important thing would be herbert's feature, to limit users
within the vserver context.
unfortunately I never really used quota's, since I never needed it so far.
but I know what I could do with quota support and I'm sure I'll start using
the standard quota support next month.
I'd be willing to test both ideas, to support the developement.
Nuno Silva wrote:
> As I understand it these implementations don't share the same goals.
> - Jacques wants to limit the space that a vserver can use in the main host.
> - Herbert want's to give the vserver's root user the ability to manage
> his vserver's quota.
> I'm I right so far?
> - Jacques' approach doesn't need modifications to the quota package.
> - Herbert's approach needs modifications to the quota package in the
> main-server, and not the vserver's quota packages.
> I'm still correct, no? :)
> Both ways have pros and cons, has you can guess and none is the perfect
> solution (C)... I'm not using quota right now, so I don't care :)
> People that need this should speak up and discuss on what's best and
> stop flamming around ;)
> Nuno Silva