Linux Resource Containers provide process and resource isolation without the
overhead of full virtualization.
The lxc-libs package contains libraries for running lxc applications.
lxc-autostart lxc-autostart processes containers with lxc.start.auto set. It lets the user start, shutdown, kill, restart containers in the right order, waiting the right... lxc-user-nic lxc-user-nic is a setuid-root program with which unprivileged users may create network interfaces for use by a lxc container. It will consult the configuration... lxc.conf LXC configuration is split in two parts. Container configuration and system configuration.Container Configuration The container configuration is held in the... lxc.container.conf The linux containers (lxc) are always created before being used. This creation defines a set of system resources to be virtualized / isolated when a process is... lxc.system.conf The system configuration is located at /etc/lxc/lxc.conf or ~/.config/lxc/lxc.conf for unprivileged containers. This configuration file is used to set values... lxc-usernet /etc/lxc/lxc-usernet controls the limits which the program lxc-user-nic places on network interfaces which an unprivileged user may create.Configuration This... lxc The container technology is actively being pushed into the mainstream linux kernel. It provides the resource management through the control groups aka process...