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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Virtualization steps
    Kirill Korotaev wrote:
    >> Yes... about that; if/when namespaces get into the kernel, you guys
    >> are going to start pushing all sorts of per-container resource
    >> control, right? Or will you be happy to leave most of that to VMs?
    >
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    > Nick, OpenVZ, for example, uses "User Bean Counters" patch originally
    > developed by Alan Cox. The good thing is that it is fully separate from
    > virtualization and allows to control any users or set of processes.
    > Don't you think it is valuable and helpful feature itself? Why are you
    > afraid of resource management?

    I'm afraid of resource management because I've seen things like the
    ckrm cpu resource manager.

    Considering we tend to mostly have only per-process resource management,
    low level virtualisation seems like a much better place to do this.

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