On Fri, Jun 06, 2008 at 09:55:50PM -0700, Akemi Yagi wrote:
> 2008/5/29 Ralph Angenendt <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Daniel de Kok wrote:
> >> Of course, this would require a volunteer who is willing to maintain
> >> such a set of patches against the kernel. But if someone is willing to
> >> do this, it can profit from CentOS quality assurance, and guarantee
> >> good compatibility with CentOS.
> > Only if that person also wants to support that on the #irc channel and
> > can explain why we support one type of vserver and don't support the
> > other
> > Ralph
> This thread has been dormant for a while. I think that the original
> proposal for the Wiki article on 'howto vsersre' should be given a
> serious consideration. We now seem to have another inquiry relating
> to virtualization, "Installing and using OpenVZ with CentOS 5".
Just for clarification, due to the similarity of name and topic, Scott
Robbins (me) requested permission to post an article about
The other Scott who posted tonight is talking about OpenVZ, which, like
VServer is more like a FreeBSD jail than a VMware virtual machine.
To the other Scott, Akemi-san included parts of the earlier
discussion. It referred to a reservation Ralph and others expressed
about my article, the fact that it does require a non-CentOS
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