simonychang at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 15:41:23 UTC 2007
A rule of thumb is to configure as much service as you need (in this
case, dhcpd), with as little overhead as you can get away with (a
simple jail vs. a full-blown VM).
On 2/22/07, Martin McCormick <martin at dc.cis.okstate.edu> wrote:
> John Nielsen, referring to running multiple DHCPD's, writes:
> > For what you're talking about, jails make a lot more sense than
> > virtualization or emulation.
> Thank you! That is exactly the kind of input I was
> looking for. As soon as I read yours and Frank Staals' mention
> of jails, it clicked. A true jail will have a little version of
> as much of the FreeBSD world as dhcpd needs to run. This should
> be much easier on resources and more predictable as to results.
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