Re: Possible support for openvz also in the next version of stable
Thanks for prompt answer.
On Tue, Nov 01, 2011 at 11:07:48PM +0000, Ben Hutchings wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 01, 2011 at 09:16:48PM +0100, Ola Lundqvist wrote:
> > Hi kernel maintainers
> > I'm the maintainer of vzctl and vzquota in Debian and would like to bring
> > openvz kernel support up for discussion. I saw that a few of the openvz bugs
> > on the kernel have been closed with the reason that it is no longer supported
> > in wheezy. This is fully true and I do not object to the close of the reports.
> > What I would like to bring up for discussion is what would be required from
> > the openvz project to get back the support for openvz in the Debian kernel
> > again for the next stable release.
> As a necessary (but not sufficient) condition, you and the OpenVZ
> project would have to support OpenVZ in the *current* Debian stable
> release. The last release based on 2.6.32.y was made in March. For
> our OpenVZ kernel configurations we had to revert all the scheduler
> fixes made in 18.104.22.168 due to conflicts which we obviously do not
> have the necessary knowledge to resolve.
I must have missed that. I try to follow debian-kernel but I do not read
all the emails. Yes this would be a necessary condition. I fully agree
with that. I'll discuss this with the openvz project.
> It seems to me that the OpenVZ project does not support longterm
> releases other than RHEL. That's fine by me, just so long as no-one
> pretends otherwise.
I'll check that with the openvz project, to see if they can make this
> And all the above was previously discussed in
Thanks for the reminder. :-)
> Ben Hutchings
> We get into the habit of living before acquiring the habit of thinking.
> - Albert Camus
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