From: Sam Vilain (sam_at_vilain.net)
Date: Mon 01 Sep 2003 - 02:05:51 BST
On Mon, 01 Sep 2003 01:10, Rik van Riel wrote;
Rv> Time to look at CKRM, which has the mechanisms to limit memory
Rv> and cpu use of random contexts ... meaning we could simply bind
Rv> one CKRM class to each vserver context and get the load separation
Rv> we want.
Hey, vserver with architecture!
I guess the question is, what features does vserver have that CKRM
I wonder if it's possible to port those features to CKRM, then get the
userland utilities to use CKRM instead of the original patch. It
seems like complete duplication of effort otherwise.
Or am I missing something simple?
-- Sam Vilain, sam_at_vilain.net
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