From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Tue 16 Dec 2003 - 23:37:22 GMT
On Tue, Dec 16, 2003 at 02:25:59PM -0500, Allen Parker wrote:
[utterly important info zapped]
> > > How hard would it be to backport the freevps /proc/vservers
> > > to "our" vs1.XX?
> > hmm, for Alex (or Say) I guess, it wouldn't be too
> > hard to do that, for somebody not so intimate with
> > that code, such a port (I refuse to use the phrase
> > 'backport' for 2.4.18-RH -> 2.4.23 ports ;) wouln't
> > be that easy ... but nevertheless doable ...
> I'd say that I really like the /proc/vservers idea as
> a way to control them (with faux /dev/initctl etc run
> through a /proc interface on the host machine).
well, have a look at vs1.3.0 or the kernel 2.6 hack, it
is at least a beginning ...
> With some fakies I'm sure this project could make virtuozzo
> look like an overpriced piece of junk (even though it's
> that already :-p)
keep the ideas coming ... describe them in technicolor
and we have something to talk about ... I'm all ears ;)
> > > I think it'd be nice to be able to have these features
> > > while still running a recent kernel (not 2.4.18)
> > > anybody else think so too?
> > yup, I think so too, and either the virtual network
> > concept I am working on, or the next generation of
> > the linux-vserver code will do such things, although
> > they don't have top priority, as key can easily be
> > solved by other means ...
> > http://www.paul.sladen.org/vserver/faq/#bandwidth
> > (this could also be included in vserver start/stop)
> > HTH,
> > Herbert
> > > _______________________________________________
> > > Vserver mailing list
> > > Vserver_at_list.linux-vserver.org
> > > http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserver
Vserver mailing list