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Re: Linux 3.2 in wheezy

On 02/02/2012 03:37 AM, Moritz Naumann wrote:
> So there are obvious issues with LXC as a container solution for Linux, such as
> lacking actual containment (for the root user), which defeat sits purpose in
> production environments as a linux-vserver or OpenVZ replacement. 
> However, a low profile container/virtualization solution is needed, and I know
> there is quite some demand for it: both some larger scale organisations and
> several smaller/non-profit organisations I am acquainted with use either OpenVZ
> or linux-vserver and some of them will be in trouble if there is no equivalent
> and not at least a rough migration path.

I know that containers and virtualization isn't the same, but since
kernel 3.0
we have Xen included upstream, and KVM since a lot longer.

> Right now, (not just) my hopes are that linux-vserver + openvz (or at least one
> of them) will continue to be available in wheezy for as long as no other
> comparable options are available.

Unless someone wants to work on it and make it happen, it wont...
(sorry for stating the obvious)


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