where are we?
jamie at gritton.org
Fri Nov 14 18:22:44 PST 2008
Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 02:21:59PM -0700, James Gritton wrote:
>> Julian Elischer wrote:
>>> I'm just coming up for air.. where are we?
>>> what's teh next commit?
>>> Marko, how close is commit2/... to where you want it to get to?
>> I can say for myself that the new jail framework is ready to go just
>> as soon as the final vimage bits appear. Or before then, if there's
>> reason to believe that's not going to happen very soon. I've been
>> kind of treading water, merging changes as I see them, with a vimage-
>> ready version and one tracking current.
> I'm about to commit the new ZFS, which also changes some jail bits, like
> prison services, etc. Would this interfer with your work?
It will a bit. Your OSD interface doesn't have callbacks. While you
must have made ZFS not need them, I moved the other direction, adding
callbacks for the jail_set and jail_get system calls, as well as the
create and destroy callbacks that exist currently. This isn't a
problem, as long as you don't mind me keeping the prison services
interface around, or re-introducing it. The other alternative would be
to add some generic callback capability to OSD, but I haven't given that
any thought yet.
Other than that, I don't think ZFS changes should affect anything that's
not easily handled.
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