Today, the Linux-VServer project released a new stable version of its kernel patch featuring support for Bind Mount Extensions, improved filesystem support for JFS, kernel helper improvements and other minor enhancements. The new version also fixes a lot of bugs including potential deadlocks, missing
context unhashing and network adress removal.
Alongside with the new kernel patch, the project announced the launch of a new and overhauled infrastructure for its web presence. The new project website is now based on MediaWiki using a complete new look and feel and will replace the old wiki in the future. Furthermore, an anonymous FTP archive, Subversion repositories and developer webspace have been added to public infrastructure.
The complete announcements (including a ChangeLog and detailed description of the new website) can be found at http://linux-vserver.org/Announcements/20060903
The vserver-sources-2.0.2 ebuild has been added to portage some minutes ago, and should hit the mirrors within an hour or two.