I was talking with Arjan at ContainerCon, and he mentioned that as
part of the Clearlinux updater, you guys had forked bsdiff (again)
and made a number of bugfixes.
Where does that code live? And actually, can the website
be updated to more clearly link to the code repositories?
^ zero hits
I did eventually find:
But I'm guessing that's only used for forks from projects
that were already on github?
BTW, I am the upstream for OSTree
which is also active in the host update system space.
As part of that we investigated bsdiff and ended
up contributing to:
So it'd be great if we can try to de-bundle and share work
As fair as I understand Clear Linux is aiming to be a containerized
applications management system that was using KVM instead of
So I'm curious: what about guest memory reclaiming?
Memory reclaiming from virtualized OS is a pain and causes resource
wasting, KSM/ballooning had their own overhead.
I don't have to manage all of that things with namespaces/cgroups where I
have single running kernel that was managing available address space itself.
Does Clear Linux relies on KSM/ballooning or it did have their own tricks?
I just installed Clear Linux using USB Installation.
Its been installed successfully and asking for *clr login and password.*
Could you please help me to figure out whats default username and password