From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
Date: Mon 17 Nov 2003 - 21:46:32 GMT
allenp_at_efn.org ("Allen D. Parker II") writes:
> I'm no programmer, but I do believe, it would be pretty nice if the
> "owner" of a context (fake "root" user) could halt/reboot *their*
> vserver via /sbin/init, /sbin/reboot or /sbin/halt. It'd be nice to
> have a way to pass messages *securely* back to something on the
Developed for another project, vserver-djinni is doing this. Basic
ideas are described here but in final implementation some details
were changed and some restrictions lowered.
> that would do a context id check (ie where's it coming from and what's
> it trying to apply those changes to) and then if everything checks out,
> does the vserver <context-id-resolves-to-this-name> start/stop/restart.
How will you do this resolving for vserver-in-a-vserver?
C89/gcc-2.95 ports are not planned; you will need gcc-3.3 and alpha
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