On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 1:53 AM, Nicolas DichtelNo. I mean that each netns depends on a userns.
Le 24/09/2014 18:48, Cong Wang a Ãcrit :
On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 9:31 AM, Nicolas DichtelI don't get your point. netns has been added in kernel after user ns:
I think in this case your ID's are still available, but aren't you
providing a new way
for the inner netns device to escape which we are trying to avoid?
It's why the ids depend on user ns. Only if user ns are the same we allow
get an id for a peer netns.
Too late, userns is relatively new, relying on it breaks our existing
acce292c82d4 user namespace: add the framework => 2.6.23
5f256becd868 [NET]: Basic network namespace infrastructure. => 2.6.24
Was it complete on 2.6.x? I doubt...
As at Linux 3.8, most relevant subsystems supported user namesâ
paces, but a number of filesystems did not have the infrastrucâ
ture needed to map user and group IDs between user namespaces.
Linux 3.9 added the required infrastructure support for many of
the remaining unsupported filesystems (Plan 9 (9P), Andrew File
System (AFS), Ceph, CIFS, CODA, NFS, and OCFS2). Linux 3.11
added support the last of the unsupported major filesystems, XFS.
In the kernel, each netns is linked with a user ns.
Are you saying every time we create a netns we have a new userns?
This doesn't make sense for me.