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containers = vservers ?

containers = vservers ?

Posted Mar 8, 2006 7:59 UTC (Wed) by Klavs (guest, #10563)
Parent article: Solaris Express - A review

Not that I have researched what containers actually do - but if they perform better than XEN/UML - it would seem they share the same kernel as the primary - and ie. works similarly to the vserver project? where you can firewall each , on the primary host. (dom 0 in XEN speak afaik :)


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containers = vservers ?

Posted Mar 11, 2006 15:27 UTC (Sat) by movement (guest, #871) [Link]

They're similar in terms of implementation, yes. Solaris zones are
considerably better integrated, however.


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