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    SubjectRe: per-chroot clock module ?
    2010/11/27 Ben Gamari <>:
    > On Sat, 27 Nov 2010 18:21:34 +0000, Jason Vas Dias <> wrote:
    >> Greetings -
    >> Sorry in advance if this is a stupid idea, but -
    >> I'd really like to be able to set a distinct "clock" for a specific chroot environment,
    >> such that the super-user could call :
    >> [snip]
    > It certainly doesn't sound like a particularly good idea to me. This
    > would add great complexity to the kernel while having very few
    > users. Perhaps there's something I haven't considered but I can't think
    > of any good applications for this sort of functionality. Do you have
    > something in particular in mind?
    > It seems like what you want here is simple virtualization. Have you
    > considered KVM? The closest thing to your request currently upstream is
    > containers, although I'm unsure of whether a container can be created
    > with an independent clock. Might be something to look into.

    KVM needs hardware support (but chroot runs wherever Linux runs)

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