[clug] init.d for chroot

jm jeffm at ghostgun.com
Thu Jul 13 06:48:15 UTC 2017

In this case I'm just trying to avoid a package clash. I'll probably end
up at containers in the end anyway. For some things here I've got my eye
on unikernels though I'd still like a separation between kernel and user
space. The idea of a minimal kernel is interesting from a security and
performance perspective, but the lack of builtin monitoring could be a


On 12/07/2017 16:35, Bob Edwards via linux wrote:
> Linux Containers (lxc) (and equivalent docker etc.) are like chroot on
> steroids - in this case keeping processes isolated, so you can run an
> init.d (as pid 1) in the container, and also run supervisord etc. in
> the container, separately to the host's versions of the same.
> Not sure what support Centos 6 has for containers, though...
> cheers,
> Bob Edwards. 

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