Questions tagged [lxc]

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 on steroids”.

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With CentOS 6 and LXC, “ifconfig” is unable to see network interface (but busybox “ifconfig” works fine)

I've just started working with LXC under CentOS 6 (via the libvirt adapter). If I create an LXC container, I'm unable to see any network interfaces when using the native system tools: # ifconfig -a #...
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fail2ban on server with LXC Containers

The issue is modprobe and iptables don't work inside an LXC Container. LXC is the userspace control package for Linux Containers, a lightweight virtual system mechanism sometimes described as “...
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How to configure `lxc` like `openvz`

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 ...
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Can I use a different linux distribution in an LXC container?

We are developing a server product targeted for Debian Lenny (and some others). However, due to driver needs, developers' personal choices etc. we run Ubuntu (12.04) on the hardware. Is it possible ...
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Proper way to expose VirtualBox' machine to network via “one MAC” security locked switch port

Say, we need to expose LXC container (LXC) or Virtualbox VM (VBM) to public network with its own IP-adress (within additionaly assigned network — ADD-net) which is to be routed through main host. When ...
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How to start external programs in “unshare” container, with sending of file descriptors?

With unshare or lxc-execute I can create environments with separate network/mount/whatever namespaces. But starting programs there from outside is not really straightforward. Usually network and sshd ...
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modprobe inside an LXC container

I need to run a WebDAV server inside of an LXC container, but I'm being told that modprobe is not available (even as root). I've seen that this was requested by developers, but how can I get around ...
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Linux Containers: share box ip address?

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 ...
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Running linux containers (lxc) on ubuntu to isolate web server processes (ruby/thin)

I am trying to setup a server where I would be running multiple apps. Mostly internal but could also be open source projects like Redmine. They would all be Rails/Ruby apps/test scripts running on ...
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SSH traffic redirect for LXC containers

I use LXC containers for ssh hosting and I would like to redirect SSH/SFTP traffic (using port 22) to the container's private IP address but on a user/IP basis. That is - one source port, many ...
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User not recognized by underlying authentication

I'm running lxc on Linux Mint Debian Edition tracking Wheezy/Sid. I created a container using "lxc-create -t debian -n dev". In accordance with the Debian wiki article on LXC I have mounted the ...
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Real life virtual bridge setup on Debian

How do I get the bridge setup done with multipe IP addresses. Ideally, I would have 4 virtual systems each with it's own IP address but also an intranet address (like 10.#.#.#). So that they can ...
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How can I set up my own DHCP subnet on Rackspace?

Update: As per grawity and MonkeeSage's comments, it seems my question was pointed in the wrong direction. I've updated the title and question below... I'm currently evaluating LXC as an option for ...
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Process niceness value

I was just looking for some clarification about the niceness value of a process, or perhaps some advice if I'm going about this all wrong. Say I have a couple dozen web server processes on a single ...
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What creates /dev/stderr in FC14?

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 ...