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RHEL6 kernel and cgroups [message #40927] Tue, 26 October 2010 08:58
BigLupu is currently offline  BigLupu
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RHEL6 will be released soon and I see that the first development release of RHEL6 based OpenVZ kernel is out:

I have some questions about this in my mind like:

- I assume OpenVZ will use the new cgroups feature in RHEL6?
- Patch size went from 18MB down to 4MB, is it mainly because of cgroups or is there much else already in the mainline?
- What are the benefits of the other new features mentioned like vswap, nfs/autofs migration, new dcache accounting and journalled quota?
- How much longer after RHEL6 release we will see a stable RHEL6 based OpenVZ release, like 3, 6 or 12 months?

I'm not a kernel developer so reading the devel-mailinglist does not make much sense to me. For example a blog post from some of the developers about this subject would be very interesting.


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