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The changes in this release are as follows:
A new kernel patch is available: kernel 2.4.19ctx-15. Now you can
exclude a few directories. Only the directory structure will be
copied. When cloning a vserver, you can generate new sshd private
keys. The IPROOT entry in the vserver configuration file now supports
one netmask per entry. A vserver does not use its own init process
unless fakeinit is used. When using vbuild to clone a vserver, you
can use the --excldir option repeatedly to exclude some files.
VServer virtual servers operate like a normal Linux server, but allow
many independent servers to be run simultaneously in one box. These
can involve normal services such as telnet, mail, Web, and SQL
servers - in most cases using a standard configuration. The services
are unaware of the virtual server concept. Each virtual server has
its own user account database and root password. Each vserver uses
standard packages and runs at the same speed as a non-VServer
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