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Tuesday, May 20 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
LXCF: Tools for Dividing Host OS into Containers with libvirt-LXC - Yasunori Goto

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LinuX Container(LXC) becomes a very popular feature, and there are some
good commands/tools/applications which use LXC.
E.g.)lxc(user-space tool-set which is called simply LXC), libvirt-lxc, Docker.

Among them, libvirt-lxc offers a very core feature set of containers for Fedora and RHEL.
To use libvirt-lxc, users have to customize manually to build an environment.

Here, we introduce our tool "LXCF" focusing on "dividing" host OS into containers with
following characteristics.
- Focusing on "dividing" OS.
- Based on libvirt-lxc.
- Systemd works in the container.
- Enable software update for each container.
- Runtime sharing among each container.

LXCF is provided at the following URL.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lxcfacility/

In this presentation, we introduce the features of LXCF and how to use it.

Speakers
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Yasunori Goto

Developer, Fujitsu
Yasunori Goto: I have been working for Linux since 2002, and had developed the memory hotplug feature with open source community. After that, I joined customer support team for several years, to analyze users' Linux kernel troubles. Currently, I joined Fujitsu cloud team, and I'm investigating Openstack


Tuesday May 20, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Soleil

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