|From:||"Thomas E. Spanjaard" <tgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 03 Sep 2006 16:06:21 +0000|
:I'm not fully getting this I'm afraid. So, probably a stupid question:
:In the end it will be possible to cluster the real kernels, right ? Or
:are you saying you will always use userland kernels to partition
:resources and "donate" resources to a cluster ?
:(The idea of userland kernels is really attractive as a development
:tool and equally in terms of partitioning resources of course).
You will be able to cluster the real kernels, yes. The limitation is
that it is likely that any given kernel (real or virtual) will only be able to join a single named cluster.
Cheers, -- Thomas E. Spanjaard tgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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