From: Alex Lyashkov (shadow_at_psoft.net)
Date: Mon 09 Feb 2004 - 18:18:51 GMT
On Monday 09 February 2004 19:10, Tom Walsh wrote:
> > I am about to set up a brand new Vserver and am wondering
> > would it be better to use Redhat 9.0 or 7.3 as the Vserver
> > root server?
> > Is Redhat 9.0 fully compatible as a root Vserver?
> > My thought is that there are fewer packages being compiled
> > for Redhat 7.3 than Redhat 9.0 and this trend will only
> > continue into the future.
> > Please forgive me if this has been answered elsewhere (I
> > haven't been able to find this answer) or if I start a flame war :)
> > Thank you for all your hard work on this project.
> I don't believe it is possible to use the redhat kernel sources (7.3 or
> 9.0) to apply the vserver patch set. You are better off going with a
> vanilla kernel (or the ck1 patchset to a vanilla kernel, which has a lot
> of the same kernel features that RedHat includes in their kernel O(1),
> xfs, etc... And there is a vserver patch set for this kernel.).
Linux vserver can`t be aplyed to RH kernel sources.
if you have exactly RH kernel source - try FreeVPS.
-- With best regards, Alex _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver_at_list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserver