[Libvir] A sample program to create a Linux Container
Daniel P. Berrange
berrange at redhat.com
Fri Jan 25 00:18:40 UTC 2008
On Thu, Jan 24, 2008 at 04:06:17PM -0800, Dave Leskovec wrote:
> Attached is a simple program that uses the clone() function to create a
> container. This is not intended as a patch - just an example of what
> creating a Linux Container looks like. Something along these lines will
> be used by the Linux Container driver to start the domain. The code run
> within this container is really simple. It just mounts the /proc file
> system and then dumps the ps output to a file showing that the container
> is in separate process space.
> To run this you will need to have PID namespaces support enabled. Turn
> on CONFIG_PID_NS when compiling the kernel. You must run the program as
> root or the clone() call will fail.
What upstream kernel version is rquired for this ? Is it in 2.6.24 ?
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