[Battlemesh] Test on OpenVZ

L. Aaron Kaplan aaron at lo-res.org
Tue Oct 26 19:27:40 CEST 2010

Hi Robert!

> I'm using VDE (Virtual Distributed Ethernet) for this. Using VDE's
> wirefilter, it is possible to define packet loss and delay (among
> other characteristics).
> I also have some python-scripts which read either the
> olsr-txt-plugin-output or a dot-file and transform this into a
> virtual network.
> VDE's wirefilter has an integer-overflow-bug for which we at Fraunhofer
> FOKUS developed a patch (which is yet to be submitted to VDE).
> Currently, I'm supporting UML-images but KVM is on the todo-list with a
> pretty high priority ;)

That is very nice!
In case you want to "test" the patches and scripts with me, I will
volunteer as a guinea pig and report bugs with respect to KVM :)

Just for clarification: you mean VDE2 I assume?

> I have to clean up the source a bit and then I'll submit a link to the
> project page.


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