From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Tue 16 Dec 2003 - 07:25:40 GMT
On Tue, Dec 16, 2003 at 01:58:25AM -0500, Allen D. Parker II wrote:
> > see freevps.
> > [root_at_uml root]# chcontext --ctx 1 cat /proc/vservers/3
> > New security context is 1
> > vserver id 3
> > ......
> > Addresses assigned :
> > lo(none):127.0.0.1/255.0.0.0;
> > Incoming traffic : 30 Kb
> > Outgoing traffic : 47 Kb
> Are there any standalone patches for recent kernels
> (like Herbert's 2.4.23-vs1.22?)
not that I know of ...
> How hard would it be to backport the freevps /proc/vservers
> to "our" vs1.XX?
hmm, for Alex (or Say) I guess, it wouldn't be too
hard to do that, for somebody not so intimate with
that code, such a port (I refuse to use the phrase
'backport' for 2.4.18-RH -> 2.4.23 ports ;) wouln't
be that easy ... but nevertheless doable ...
> I think it'd be nice to be able to have these features
> while still running a recent kernel (not 2.4.18)
> anybody else think so too?
yup, I think so too, and either the virtual network
concept I am working on, or the next generation of
the linux-vserver code will do such things, although
they don't have top priority, as key can easily be
solved by other means ...
(this could also be included in vserver start/stop)
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