On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 04:14:49PM -0400, Wenbin Zhang wrote:
> >well, depends on _what_ you install and _what_ you
> >actually need, complete kernel and userspace to
> >get the Linux-VServer isolation working should be
> >doable without any libraries and external tools,
> >just with something like vcmd, but if you want the
> >full userspace stuff, including legacy and guest
> >building (which I consider extreme for a phone)
> >you'll have to provide a bunch of tools and libs
> >too ...
> Hello, Thank you very much for your response.
> I just want to build the vserver guest, and can login the guest.
well, there are many different ways to 'build' a guest
> For example, I use below command to create the guest:
> #/sbin/vserver va780 build -m rpm --context 43 --hostname=va780 --interface
> va7800=eth0:192.168.1.2/24 --rootdir /vserver1 --pkgbase /vserver1/.pkg --
> -d fc6
this is one of them, although it has some bugs, like the
--hostname= which should be --hostname va780.some.domain
> #vserver va780 enter
> What's your mean "get the Linux-VServer isolation working", I guess we
> definitely need build a guest, right?
no, guests are complex and specialized forms of the
modular isolation (processes, networking, filesystem) ...
> What's the vcmd doing?
it issues all kinds of Linux-VServer syscall commands
and thus allows to utilize the complete Linux-VServer API
> I hardly can find downloadable source/binary for vcmd.
you must have been hardly looking then :)
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Received on Tue Apr 24 15:32:07 2007