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SubjectRe: sysctls inside containers
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On Fri, 2006-03-10 at 13:19 +0300, Kirill Korotaev wrote:
> > On another note, after messing with putting data in the init_task for
> > these things, I'm a little more convinced that we aren't going to want
> > to clutter up the task_struct with all kinds of containerized resources,
> > _plus_ make all of the interfaces to share or unshare each of those.
> > That global 'struct container' is looking a bit more attractive.
>
> have you noticed that ipc/mqueue.c uses netlink to send messages?
> This essentially means that they are tied as well...

Nope, I missed that.

But, netlink is probably a completely separate issue, at least for now.
I'm sure we're going to have "container leaks" and boundary violations
for a long time, but I'll add netlink to the list.

-- Dave

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