> from the tests:
> "For benchs inside real 'guest' nodes (OpenVZ/VServer) you should
> take into account that the FS tested is not the 'host' node one's."
> at least for Linux-VServer it should not be hard to avoid the
> chroot/filesystem namespace part and have it run on the host fs.
> a bind mount into the guest might do the trick too, if you need
> help to accomplish that, just let me know ...
For the moment I just use the chcontext command to get rid of filesystem
part. But even if the tested filesystem is not the host filesystem, I
just keep in mind that all applications running inside a 'guest' will
use _this_ filesystem and not the host one.
>From what I understand about VServer, it looks flexible enougth to let
us test different 'virtualisation' parts. A 'guest' looks like a stack
of different 'virtualisation' layers (chcontext + ipv4root + chroot).
But it's not the case for all solutions.
-- ClÃ©ment Calmels <firstname.lastname@example.org> _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Tue Jul 4 12:11:14 2006