[Users] The future of OpenVZ: Virtuozzo Core
kir at openvz.org
Sat Dec 27 14:02:56 PST 2014
On 12/27/2014 03:12 AM, Benjamin Henrion wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 11:34 AM, Pavel Odintsov
> <pavel.odintsov at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Awesome!!!! Is it possible to join to development committee?
> Any chance to see openvz against mainline one day?
Maybe this is rarely visible, but we are working hard on it for the last
I think it is correct to say Parallels/OpenVZ is the single biggest
contributor to the
Linux Containers kernel code. Yes, we contributed more than Google, IBM
big guys. In terms of patches, it is well over 1500. The biggest
- net and PID namespaces,
- CRIU kernel support (containers checkpoint/restore and more)
- kernel memory accounting (still in progress).
- (I guess I am missing something else)
We are working on the rest of it (and we hope the process will accelerate
As to why such contribution is not very visible, my guess is people are
kernel directly, but relying on userspace tools such as lxc, vzctl and
those tools are the only obvious component, with the Linux kernel doing
in background without much fanfares.
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