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Re: Linux 3.2 in wheezy

OoO En cette nuit striée d'éclairs du jeudi 02 février 2012, vers 02:21,
Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au> disait :

>> 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.

> Are there many users who need root containment but who won't have the 
> resources to run Xen or KVM when the support for Squeeze ends?

With vservers and  OpenVZ you can run each service  in its own container
with a small  memory footprint. With Xen/KVM, you  will need to allocate
at least 128 MB for each container.
Vincent Bernat ☯ http://vincent.bernat.im

Avoid temporary variables.
            - The Elements of Programming Style (Kernighan & Plauger)

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