LCE: Challenges for Linux networking
Posted Nov 8, 2012 13:00 UTC (Thu) by vonbrand
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The "Oh so badly thought out, unavailable in $OTHER_OS, so useless" Linux control groups should get their own network gunk, so they can set their own configuration. Sure, that means reachitecting most of the network handling (from user commands and configuration files living in /etc all the way down to the kernel's network stack). Sorry, but Unix networking was a poorly integrated kludge, and the Internet was supposed to connect machines (not individual processes), assuming a civilized environment (no script kiddies nor outright criminals out to get at your bank account). And yes, the only sane way to go about this I can see is to integrate it in your despised systemd.
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