64 bit linux binary support

William A. Mahaffey III wam at hiwaay.net
Fri Jan 15 15:40:56 UTC 2016

On 01/15/16 05:24, Alejandro Imass wrote:


> AFAIK this is not the case. The reason Docker is lightweight to begin
> with is because:
> "Containers running on a single machine all share the same operating
> system kernel so they start instantly and make more efficient use of
> RAM"

See: https://wiki.freebsd.org/VIMAGE/Linux/CentOS55

(refers to jails, not docker)


> IMO virtualization is not lightweight by definition. So you either
> virtualize fully or pseudo-virtualize with chroot-like systems.
> In this perspective I see Docker as nothing more than a sophisticated
> chroot system just like FBSD Jails, only Linux-based and less mature
> ;-)
> Best,
> Alejandro Imass
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