On 11/08/2009, at 09.28, Rik Bobbaers wrote:
> just my 2 cents here...
> if i say: i want to run X in a guest
> then the sollution: just run X on the host... is NOT a sollution.
> that's not what i want!
> it's like saying: i want to walk to the grocery store, but don't know
> which way to go
> and someone says: take the car
> it's possible, but not a sollution to a problem!
> and all to often i see that kind of sollution pass here.
> e.g. i want to rent a guest "machine" to people but can't be
> bothered with
> how/what they firewall, then i want them to be able te make sure it's
> firewalled (or not). and i don't care if that's bad practice or not. i
> just want iptables in my guests and that 's not possible with vserver
> (which i can imagine, is a "problem" for some people)
Maybe you should use one of those less efficient virtualisation
Received on Tue Aug 11 09:42:13 2009