From: Jonathan Sambrook (jonathan.sambrook_at_dsvr.co.uk)
Date: Fri 12 Dec 2003 - 20:01:01 GMT
At 01:20 on Fri 12/12/03, herbert_at_13thfloor.at masquerading as 'Herbert Poetzl' wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2003 at 04:56:59PM +0000, Jonathan Sambrook wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > DSVR's patches against both the kernel and userspace components of
> > VServer are available at:
> > http://jonathan.dsvr.co.uk/kernel
> > Herbert:
> > http://jonathan.dsvr.co.uk/kernel/patches/vserver/01-hideinfo.patch :
> > implements the existing VX_INFO_HIDEINFO flag to hide the extra
> > vserver info in /proc//status
> hmm, yes, but I guess this basically will be obsoleted
> by the current development path, as the 'original'
> procfs stuff is going away, but yes, that will be an
> option so thanks for pointing out that this is useful
> > http://jonathan.dsvr.co.uk/kernel/patches/vserver/02-sysctrl.patch :
> > adds a bare framework for VServer related sysctls:
> > /proc/sys/kernel/ctx
> hmm, okay, we use something similar for the userspace
> reboot helper, but basically most config stuff will be
> solved via the syscall switch ...
> what uses/application do you have in mind?
Well, I use to read out info from my name/xid stuff, but thought it
might find other uses, so split it out on principle. Actual use?
Extracting per ctx info more easily perhaps?
> > Regards,
> > Jonathan
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