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search. Events RSS • Atom. CRIU talk at LinuxCon Europe.5 Nov 2012, Barcelona, Spain || LinuxCon Europe 2012.
Pavel Emelyanov will talk about CRIU. The talk is about the current state of the project, and is mostly focused on the recent upstream kernel changes and the abilities of the CRIU userspace tool.
Kir 06:14, 6 October 2012 (EDT) Parallels Cloud Server 6.0 Beta Available Now! Parallels Cloud Server transforms how you deliver IaaS, VPS and cloud servers. Parallels Cloud Server includes Parallels Virtuozzo Containers together with our world-class hypervisor technology and dramatically improves server reliability and performance by turning existing unused disk space into scalable, resilient cloud storage. Sign up for the beta today!
Kir 05:32, 15 June 2012 (EDT) More events… Past events… Software updates RSS • Atom.
Kernel RHEL6 testing 042stab065.4 14 Nov 2012. Kernel RHEL6 ...
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