Future development of Jail

Marc G. Fournier freebsd at hub.org
Tue Jan 1 13:55:31 PST 2008

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- --On Monday, December 31, 2007 19:10:51 -0800 Karl Triebes 
<karl.triebes at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Dec 31, 2007 5:51 PM, Andy Dills <andy at xecu.net> wrote:
>> Not that I have a pile of money laying around I could throw at it, but the
>> thing I wish for most from FreeBSD is a more mature and robust jail
>> implementation. Specifically, the ability to implement per-jail quotas and
>> resource limitations on disk, memory, network and cpu. I'd really love a
>> seperate network stack for each jail...that's critical for a plethora of
>> reasons. I'd be curious what sort of commitment (in $) that would require.
> I would like to see per-jail quotas such as the ones Andy mentions,
> and would like to hear if anyone would be interested in doing it for
> the right price. You may contact me via this list or in private.
> Cheers, and, a happy New Year.
> Karl.
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