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It should work, as long the interface is still up ifconfig eth0 | grep UP UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 the bridge is a "switch" and it doesn't need to have one IP. But please check if you have firewall rules in eth0: iptables -l -vnx if rp_filter is off cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/eth1/rp_filter 0 and if all fails, try ...
You may want to try xpra or NX, VNC, etc Also take a look at VirtualGL if you want GL acceleration. If you can share a directory with the host, you could then use mmap with xpra (would probably require a trivial path change unless it is /tmp/) which provide very significant memory improvements.
The command is systemctl to control the services under systemd to disable the service from running next time: systemctl disable udevd.service to stop the service currently running : systemctl stop udevd.service Go through these doc links from the author of systemd http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd.html ...
A big thanks to Red Hat, I finally tracked down the reference documentation I was looking for in their documentation. I expect that there's no difference between Red Hat and other distros on this point. https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Resource_Management_Guide/ch-Subsystems_and_Tunable_Parameters.html
cgroups is still quite in flux in the Linux kernel. Probably the best documentation is LWN's coverage, perhaps H-online or Kernelnewbies have something to say. Currently systemd is the most prolific user.
For future readers, I wrote this email to some colleagues of mine who are working with me on configuring LXC and figuring out the bridging. Well, I spent most of the day today fussing with networking in LXC, and now things are a lot clearer, so I thought I’d pass on what I learned. First is a couple of definitions so we know what we’re looking at (I ...
Yes it works. It depends on your operating system on how to configure such a network setup in a way that the bridge is up and running after a reboot in that constellation. From my experience: SLES10 SP4: Works - do not use yast2 SLES11 SP2: Works - use mv to rename the bridge to something useful after setup with yast2 Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: Works only ...
This might shed some light: Virtual Ethernet device. Might giving you something like this: Sure you do not have some configuration under /var/lib/lxc/ with lxc.network.type = veth ? grep -r 'veth' /var/lib/lxc/
I haven't gotten fully into LXC, but i have setup multiple containers with there own static ip's in lan which provide internet services for some of my websites... Maybe this can help, on what you want for yours. I run multiple containers, like so, ON HOST MACHINE I Edited The Host's File, Adding Each Container & Host Machine: vi /etc/hosts lxc ...
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