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SubjectRe: [ckrm-tech] [PATCH 0/2] resource control file system - aka containers on top of nsproxy!
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On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 16:32 +1300, Sam Vilain wrote:

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> Kirill, 06032418:36+03:
> > I propose to use "namespace" naming.
> > 1. This is already used in fs.
> > 2. This is what IMHO suites at least OpenVZ/Eric
> > 3. it has good acronym "ns".
>
> Right. So, now I'll also throw into the mix:
>
> - resource groups (I get a strange feeling of déjà vú there)

<offtopic>
Re: déjà vú: yes!

It's like that Star Trek episode ... except we can't agree on the name
of the impossible particle we will invent which solves all our problems.
</offtopic>

At the risk of prolonging the agony I hate to ask: are all of these
groupings really concerned with "resources"?

> - supply chains (think supply and demand)
> - accounting classes

CKRM's use of the term "class" drew negative comments from Paul Jackson
and Andrew Morton about this time last year. That led to my suggestion
of "Resource Groups". Unless they've changed their minds...

> Do any of those sound remotely close? If not, your turn :)

I'll butt in here: task groups? task sets? confuselets? ;)

Cheers,
-Matt Helsley

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