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What's better: Zones, Jails, or Containers?
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What's better: Zones, Jails, or Containers?
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Jails.
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not running untrusted shit at all
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>>52380289
They are all terrible. Just use different Users for each application.
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Dungeons
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>>52380305
what? that does nothing for portability or debugging.

>>52380289
afaik jails begat zones, which begat containers. Containers are best for portability, where zones and jails are basically the same thing. Just a bare minimum OS inside of an os, locked away from hardware to keep your machine safe
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Jails + zfs snapshots + alternate routing tables allow you to do some cool shit.. It's like having virtual machines with zero resource/performance penalty.
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>>52380377
How do Zones, Jails, or Containers help with portability or debugging?
I would argue that they actually make portability worse and therefore make debugging less effective.
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>>52380420
so I'm running illumos, i.e. zones. Obviously have ZFS so I should be good amiright
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>>52380289
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coFIEH3vXPw
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>>52380289
this is my favorite explanation of jails.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coFIEH3vXPw
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>>52380634
I'm not watching a 40 minute history lesson, learn to explain yourself like an adult.
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>>52380722
learn to listen to an adult explain a complicated subject. Like all you have to do is sit there
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>>52380305
Because that works soo well for Android security.
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>>52380795
That's because they use a linux kernel senpai, they're broken by design.
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>>52380289
it depends.
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>>52380687
cocaine is one hell of a drug.
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>>52380289
All of the above to create a perfect frankenstein
https://smartos.org/
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ITT: workarounds for Unix-like OSes being trash
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