LXC short for (Linux Containers) LXC is an operating system-level virtualization method for running multiple isolated Linux systems (containers) on a single control host. LXC is the userspace control package for Linux Containers, a lightweight virtual system mechanism sometimes described as “chroot ...
I would like to run services like mysqld, apache and vsftpd in separated environment: w/o access to other processes, w/o access to devices, w/o access to binaries and don't execute uploaded files. As ...
I'm wondering what creates /dev/stderr on FC14. rpm -qf doesn't show any package ownership. I've dug through the init scripts and can't find it anywhere. To provide some context, I'm creating a ...
Is it possible to use LXC under heavier virtualization (Xen DomU,KVM,Hyper-V,VMVare) ? I would like to use it as security (isolation) tool, the ability to limit resource consumption is not priority ...
I was going to fire up a OpenVZ node to test out some software, but it looks like OpenVZ is no longer supported in Ubuntu (deprecated in favor of lxc. It looks like can do more than simply ...
I am no LXC expert, but as far as I know it is really similar to linux-vserver. If that is correct, I wonder why there is another player in the already crowded virtualization camp? What does LXC ...