On Jan 24, maximilian attems <m...@stro.at> wrote: > the plan as decided in Portland was to go forward with openvz > if upstream provides us with a patch in time. as currently this > looks quite bad (latest available patch is for 2.6.27, there is > no sign of a patch for 2.6.32, nor any schedule like it happened > to be for Lenny). I expect that it will be released after the first beta of RHEL 6.
> On the negative side it doesn't have yet checkpointing support > and not all net/ has netns support yet. It's not just that, AFAIK there is no match for many of the user_beancounters features (especially the accounting part) and e.g. lack of the equivalent of "vzctl enter" is a critical issue for my applications. While I am happy to see better support for lxc in Debian, it does not look like an openvz replacement yet. -- ciao, Marco
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