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* proper reboot
* containerized syslog
* VFS support for user namespaces.
* apparmor support
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Launchpad Entry: servercloud-p-lxc
Contributors: serge-hallyn, stgraber
Packages affected: lxc
In order to improve usability and maintenance of lxc, some things should be worked on during the p cycle.
- provide a default bridge and lxc.conf
- proper reboot
- containerized syslog
- VFS support for user namespaces.
- apparmor support
LXC is now provides a default configuration to help you get started out of the box.
These items would each work to make lxc easier to administer, more useful, and safer to the host.
A default configuration would allow users to get started without having to look to blogs for examples.
Reboot support would make containers more robust to in-guest overmounting of /var, and remove complexity from lxcguest, since tmpfs could be mounted on /run.
Containerized syslog would make containers more useful for debugging applications which log to syslog.
VFS support for user namespaces would allow some containers to be run in a user namespace, to protect the host from root in the container.
Apparmor support would help to protect the host from containers, and hopefully allow more unmodified packages to work in a container just as they do on the host.
Joe wants to use lxc, but doesn't know how to get started creating his first container.
Jane wants to debug samba in a container, but syslog messages don't show up in the container.
Jill wants to try an untrusted piece of software in a container without posing a threat to the host.
Container reboot patches are accepted upstream.
Containerized syslog patches accepted upstream.
VFS support for user namespaces supported upstream.
Apparmor namespace support is improved.
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