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[libvirt] PATCH: 0/4: Make LXC controller a separate binary



Currently libvirt is just forking off a child process to handle the LXC
I/O controller. This works OK, but is kinda evil. This series of patches
makes it into a fully-fledged exec()able binary. With a tiny bit more
work, you could even use this to launch an LXC container standalone 
without needing libvirt - which could be useful for debugging during 
development at the very least. The other nice thing is that it makes
a 'ps' listing more meaningful - you see a 'libvirt_lxc' process and
the name of the container as a command line arg.

Daniel
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