Re: net-tools future
Marco d'Itri dijo [Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 12:14:53PM +0100]:
> > trouble for embedded or limited ones. I don't do embedded personally so I
> > have no idea how udev fares there, but I can tell you that vservers and udev
> > don't go well together. Udev expects a real system where there's none and
> > then gets confused -- vserver is hardly more than a glorified chroot, nearly
> > identical to BSD jails. You want every container to be small and simple.
> This is why you install udev in the host system and bind-mount its /dev
> to the /dev of each context.
> vserver and openvz are not relevant for the purpose of this discussion.
$ sudo vserver backups enter
# ls /dev/
core full log ptmx ram shm stdin tty xconsole
fd initctl null pts random stderr stdout urandom zero
/dev/hdv1 on / type ufs (defaults)
none on /proc type proc (defaults)
none on /tmp type tmpfs (size=16m,mode=1777)
none on /dev/pts type devpts (gid=5,mode=620)
# mknod /dev/sda b 8 0
mknod: `/dev/sda': Operation not permitted
Yes, there is a small perception bug here (i.e. there is no
/dev/hdv1), but still - I don't want a vserver to be able to mess with
any of my physical devices!
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