Virtual Servers - Linux on Linux
quintin at arach.net.au
Fri May 2 10:05:51 CST 2003
How about vserver?
basically it uses the same kernel, and effectively runs a new operating system running as a server. Think user-mode-linux without a new kernel. There is no emulation at all, and as you are using the same kernel, in kernel space, there isn't the performance hit uml gets from running a kernel in userland.
<snipped from http://freshmeat.net/projects/vserver/ >
VServer virtual servers operate like a normal Linux server, but allow many independent servers to be run simultaneously in one box. These can involve normal services such as telnet, mail, Web, and SQL servers - in most cases using a standard configuration. The services are unaware of the virtual server concept. Each virtual server has its own user account database and root password. Each vserver uses standard packages and runs at the same speed as a non-VServer installation.
On Thu, 01 May 2003 11:13:20 -0700
James Leone <linuxcpa at netscape.net> wrote:
> xfesty at computeraddictions.com.au wrote:
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> > Hi,
> > Wondering if anybody here knows anything about "virtual servers" -
> > probably the wrong term to use, but I mean in the sense as having a
> > virtual linux machine on top of linux (somewhat like running a linux
> > machine inside vmware, but not emulated).
> > "User Mode Linux" seems to ring a bell, but I've never played with it
> > before. Wondering if it's possible to install a linux distro inside a
> > linux distro, have 3 or 4 "virtual" machines concurrently running, and
> > how stable/fast/well it all runs.
> You probably did not have bochs in mind, did you?
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