From: Matthew Nuzum (matt.followers_at_gmail.com)
Date: Thu 23 Jun 2005 - 18:15:54 BST
I just saw this article come through the big-admin newsletter. I don't
currently have any Solaris computers and I haven't used Solaris 10 (or 9 for
that matter), so all I can do is read about it. This seems kind of cool and
in-line with what my ideal linux-vserver usage would look like. I just use
vservers to logically separate applications so that as they grow they can
spin off to their own server w/out hassle. Of course, vserver is great for
that because it has so little resource overhead.
The feature that strikes me as so intriguing is the ability to allocate CPU
resources to zones.
Also, look how they create a zone for tomcat. That strikes me as a very easy
to use tool (no editing config files, just use set).
Not that I'm trying to critique any of the work being done on vserver; I
just thought you might like a glimpse of one other way someone is doing this
sort of thing.
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