Review https://review.openstack.org/#/c/146508/ is adding support for StrongSwan VPN, which needs mount bind to be able to specify different paths for config files.
The code, which used some older patch, does a test for /proc/1/ns/net, instead of /proc/1/ns/mnt, because it stated that the latter is only supported in kernel 3.8+. That was a while ago, and I'm wondering if the condition is still true. If we know that for Kilo and on, we'll be dealing with 3.8+ kernels, we could use the more accurate test. Can we require 3.8+ kernel for this? If so, how and where do we ensure that is true? Also, if you can kindly review the code here: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/146508/5/neutron_vpnaas/services/vpn/common/netns_wrapper.py, I'd really appreciate it, as I'm not versed in the Linux proc files at all. Thanks! PCM (Paul Michali) IRC............ pc_m (irc.freenode.com) Twitter....... @pmichali
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