On Wed, Apr 26, 2006 at 08:48:36PM +0200, Jonathan Dray wrote:
> 2006/4/24, Herbert Poetzl <email@example.com>:
> > On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 06:40:22PM +0200, Jonathan Dray wrote:
> > > 2006/4/24, Herbert Poetzl <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > >
> > > > networking in Linux-VServer happens on the host to
> > > > provide highest possible performance, which atm
> > > > means that the iptable entries have to be set on
> > > > the host too, this might change in the future, but
> > > > usually it doesn't pose any problem ...
> > >
> > > I've read something about virtual network devices and the ngnet
> > > project. Is it the futur changed you are talking about?
> > yes, ngnet will provide the features (and overhead)
> > virtual networking has, for those who desperately
> > want it ...
> ngnet seems to be under developpement right now.
well, yes and no ...
> Is there any roadmap or / and information about the project's
> progression ?
we had successful tests with a proff-of-concept
implementation some kernel versions back, which
showed that it 'basically' works as expected
> Anyway, is there a working version of ngnet I might use ?
not at the moment, and probably not in the next
month, as I was looking forward to a mainline
compatible version, which seems delayed again
> If it's the case where should I find accurate documentation ?
if you want to know details, best visit the irc
channel (#vserver @ irc.oftc.net) and have a chat
with me (Bertl)
> Are there special requirements (kernel patch version, util-verser ?)
for now, you can consider it non-existant, in
the near future, it will be a special branch,
after that it will become part of the main
devel and later stable branch ...
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Received on Thu Apr 27 00:33:08 2006