Re: [RFC PATCH 00/11] an introduction of library operating system for Linux (LibOS)
From: Richard Weinberger
Date: Tue Mar 24 2015 - 09:22:25 EST
Am 24.03.2015 um 14:10 schrieb Hajime Tazaki:
> == More information ==
> The crucial difference between UML (user-mode linux) and this approach
> is that we allow multiple network stack instances to co-exist within a
> single process with dlmopen(3) like linking for easy debugging.
Is this the only difference?
We already have arch/um, why do you need arch/lib/ then?
My point is, can't you merge your arch/lib into the existing arch/um stuff?
>From a very rough look your arch/lib seems like a micro UML.
BTW: There was already an idea for having UML as regular library.
"UML as a normal userspace library"
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