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This package contains the lxc-* tools which can be used to start a single daemon in a container, or to boot an entire "containerized" system, and to successively manage and debug your containers.
This directory must exist, even though no contents are ever placed here. It is used to temporary mount the rootfs of lxc in a private mount namespace only visible by the processes running in the container.
Please see the COPYING file for details on copying and usage. Please refer to the INSTALL file for instructions on how to build. What is lxc: The container technology is actively being pushed into the mainstream linux kernel. It provides the resource management through the control groups aka process containers and resource isolation through the namespaces. The linux containers, lxc, more»
lxc for Debian -------------- You need to be running at least Linux 2.6.29 or above to fully avail of this package. Previous versions of Linux have some but not all the needed features, and even when applying patches won't allow using sysfs and network namespaces at the same time, thus providing a very limited experience. You can use the provided lxc-checkconfig to check for missing kernel featur more»
LXC-CGROUP(1) LXC-CGROUP(1) NAME lxc-cgroup - ma more»
LXC-CONSOLE(1) LXC-CONSOLE(1) NAME lxc-console - La more»
LXC-CREATE(1) LXC-CREATE(1) NAME lxc-create - cre more»
LXC-DESTROY(1) LXC-DESTROY(1) NAME lxc-destroy - de more»
LXC-EXECUTE(1) LXC-EXECUTE(1) NAME lxc-execute - ru more»