From: Matt Ayres (matta_at_tektonic.net)
Date: Mon 01 Nov 2004 - 00:39:05 GMT
I agree.... it's come a long long way and deserves applause. Herbert is
definitely an accomplished kernel hacker, it's unfortunate the head
Linux developers do not give him more attention!
On Sun, 2004-10-31 at 17:35, Sam Vilain wrote:
> Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > Here goes the fourth Linux 2.6 development version
> > of Linux-VServer aka vs1.9.3 'Samhain'
> Well done Herbert! I find it outstanding how a complete port to 2.6 has
> happened with so much attention to detail in what seems like just a few
> It was January 4th 2004 that the first experimental Linux 2.6 vserver
> port was released, against linux 2.6.0. The first stable release,
> vs1.9.0, was dated May 11th.
> Herbert's incredible level of compassion towards administrators and
> integrators with difficulties asking for help in the #vserver channel
> has been the catalyst for getting the community thriving to test and
> assist his no less than legendary coding performance.
> Enrico's correspending reforming and redevelopment of the userland
> utilities was no mean feat. From its complete tracking of the myriad of
> vserver API changes through the 1.3.x transitional period to the current
> day, I am constantly surprised by the comprehensiveness of these tools.
> The result, a stable, managable release, well in time for the
> community-wide consensus that Linux 2.6 itself can possibly be
> considered resembling something that might just happen to look like its
> stable. If you're lucky. I look forward to that time.
> Apologies for not mentioning anyone else who deserves an honourable
> mention, interested readers should definitely get a feeling for the size
> of the community by browsing:
-- Matt Ayres <matta_at_tektonic.net> TekTonic
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