Re: [Vserver]linux-vrf

From: Drew Lippolt <dlippolt_at_moverotech.com>
Date: Fri 25 Nov 2005 - 08:44:12 GMT
Message-Id: <AEEC8643-FBF7-4556-BB1F-DFEE8623976D@moverotech.com>

i'm having trouble getting multicast to work inside vservers. does
your tool help with this?

(see recent archives of list/irc on vserver, search on "multicast")

<drew>

On Nov 25, 2005, at 2:22 AM, Peter V. Saveliev wrote:

> <skip />
>
> Hello all. I found an interesting project -- http://linux-
> vrf.sourceforge.net/
>
> The latest linux-vrf patch is for 2.6.8. Now I'm trying to adapt
> this patch to 2.6.12 + vserver, and I see that some code in both
> vserver and linux-vrf is written for similar tasks.
>
> My question is to the vserver devel team: would you try to look at
> the linux-vrf patch and add its functionality to vserver? Linux-vrf
> does the same with network flows that vserver does with processes.
> So, chvrf can completely supplement (if not supersede) chbind.
>
> For example, two processes, chbind'ed to one ipaddr, can
> communicate each other. But two processes, chvrf'ed to separate vrf
> domains, cannot do this except via external network routes or VPN
> tunnels (even being bind()'ed to the same ipaddr!).
>
> --
> Peter V. Saveliev
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