On Wed, 7 Jun 2006, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> marginally more security than a chroot. As the user still gets
> native raw access to the hardware,
Aha, but they don't...
In, e.g., Xen disk, network and physical memory is all virtualised
and the guest OS does not have access to PCI.
(That said you /can/ assign a PCI device to a guest domain - but only
to one. The only way to share a disk controller is to virtualise
access to it via the hypervisor and domain0).
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