why the pid namespace is not compiled in the kernel ?
pgraner at canonical.com
Thu Oct 8 21:45:36 UTC 2009
On 10/08/2009 05:07 PM, Daniel Lezcano wrote:
> Tim Gardner wrote:
>> Daniel Lezcano wrote,
> [ cut ]
>>> The return ... :)
>>> I was wondering if the network namespace will be enabled for the 2.6.29
>>> kernel version too ?
>>> The network namespace does not add any overhead neither extra memory
>>> consumption when it is enabled in the kernel.
>>> -- Daniel
>> No Ubuntu releases use the 2.6.29 kernel, nor would this likely qualify
>> as an SRU for already released kernels.
> Ok, sorry, I think I was not clear.
> My question was if in the next release of ubuntu (karmic), the network
> namespace is planned to be enabled.
> If I am correct the kernel for karmic, is :
> And the config is:
> The CONFIG_NET_NS is enabled in there.
> I found this documentation at:
> Where the CONFIG_NET_NS is enabled too.
> Can I assume karmic will have a kernel with the network namespace ?
Yes it is enabled from my karmic box:
pgraner at desktop:~$ grep CONFIG_NET_NS /boot/config-2.6.31-12-generic
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