From: Dariush Pietrzak (eyck_at_ghost.anime.pl)
Date: Wed 11 Feb 2004 - 10:35:23 GMT
Hmm, wouldn't correct solution be something like this:
when server boots up, vserver utilities report to the kernel the inode
number of vservers directory ( and possibly minor&major number of device on
which it's sitting ), and the vserver barrier becomes
checking the inode instead of some special-case of various volatile
settings? That would require small change in userspace, but wouldn't it be
worth the trouble?
If so, what would be correct way to send vserver inode to kernel?
echo "1245334" > /proc/sys/verver-inode ?
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