systemd-nspawn do special inside to a
chroot or does it just provide a different method of running
chroot + the appropriate ro
--bind mounts for
sys. The docs say,
similar to chroot(1), but more powerful since it fully virtualizes the file system hierarchy, as well as the process tree, the various IPC subsystems and the host and domain name
I'm not sure of how any of those are defined,
virtualizes the file system hierarchy
Isn't this what
chrootdoes changing the root?
as well as the process tree
I'm not sure what this means.
various IPC subsystems
What subsystems? Can someone tell me exactly what that means?
host and domain name
I'm not sure what this means either? Isn't this just
mount --bind scripts. It seems like this is more convince but I'm blurry on any additional functionality. What new things does this provide to me?