> You don't have to run a 64bit userland for the host. For the most
> platform-compatible setup you can compile 32 and 64bit kernels (crossdev on
> gentoo makes this very easy) and choose which to run at boot This allows you
> to bring the host and 32bit vservers up on on a 32bit platform if required
> (DR situation or whatever). This is assuming that the issues with 32bit
> util-vserver tools on a 64bit kernel have been resolved.
What issues would that be? IIRC, the only problem was with setting the
rlimits, and that has indeed been fixed.
-- Daniel Hokka Zakrisson GPG id: 06723412 GPG fingerprint: A455 4DF3 990A 431F FECA 7947 6136 DDA2 0672 3412 _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu Sep 7 15:27:45 2006