[OpenAFS] vserver & openafs module
Fri, 07 Oct 2005 11:48:17 +0200
Christos Triantafyllidis wrote:
> Sven Oehme wrote:
>> XEN works with afs ...
> From what i read XEN starts a second kernel under the host
> machine. Vserver kernel patches use the kernel you have for the host
> maching as kernel for the guest systems. That makes the overhead as
> low as it can be.
Yeeees, that was the reason why I tried it with vserver.
Getting the functionality of 'chbind' i.e. with UML, win4lin or vmware
would be no problem, BUT only by the cost of much CPU performance !
That's why I really like the idea of vserver !
> I'm also interested in use of openafs in vserver kernel and i can
> try any experiment that may be required (kernel patches, openafs
> patches etc...).
I would be happy about it ;-) .