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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/4] Virtualization/containers: introduction
    On Wed, 2006-02-08 at 11:58 +1300, Sam Vilain wrote:
    > Hubertus Franke wrote:
    > > The container is just an umbrella object that ties every "virtualized"
    > > subsystem together.
    >
    > I like this description; it matches roughly with the concepts as
    > presented by vserver; there is the process virtualisation (vx_info), and
    > the network virtualisation (nx_info) of Eric's that has been integrated
    > to the vserver 2.1.x development branch. However the vx_info has become
    > the de facto umbrella object space as well. These could almost
    > certainly be split out without too much pain or incurring major
    > rethinks.
    >
    > Sam.

    How does all of this tie in with CPU Sets? It seems to me, they have
    something not unlike a container already that supports nesting.

    Kevin

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