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RE: EXT: Re: KVM/QEMU Memory Ballooning



 
Oh to bad. I am currently working on some hybrid solution having mesos 
as an orchestrator combined with some kvm/qemu vm's. dcos does not allow 
this, and I wondered maybe if your kubernetes was limiting your options 
there also.


-----Original Message-----
Cc: libvirt-users
Subject: RE: EXT: Re: KVM/QEMU Memory Ballooning

Unfortunaltly it is not way what we can apply, due to the containers 
have some dependency to propriatery nont containerized component which 
is not available on the host OS.
Csongor

-----Original Message-----
Cc: libvirt-users <libvirt-users redhat com>
Subject: RE: EXT: Re: KVM/QEMU Memory Ballooning

 
What about running tasks/containers directly on the host? 


-----Original Message-----
To: Daniel P. Berrangé
Cc: libvirt-users redhat com
Subject: RE: EXT: Re: KVM/QEMU Memory Ballooning

Hi Daniel,

Thank you very much for the quick answer. Now it is clear how this 
memballooning driver works, and how it can be managed manually.
I really appreciate your answer.
Regards,
Csongor



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