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What's everyone working on this week (44/2021)?
8 projects | /r/rust | 1 Nov 2021
Been putting further work into my Rubik's Cube solver. Managed to get a basic solver working using some variation of IDA*. Planning to refactor the code and then start optimising to make things go fast.
What's everyone working on this week (42/2021)?
9 projects | /r/rust | 18 Oct 2021
Been working quite extensively on my Rubik's Cube simulator and solver. Currently working on optimising my data structures and then eventually to getting a proper solver working.
What's everyone working on this week (33/2021)?
11 projects | /r/rust | 16 Aug 2021
Completely new and picked up Rust about 10 days ago. Started by heading straight into a project of making a Rubik's Cube solver while following the Rust book along the side.
Kubernetes for Developers
3 projects | /r/kubernetes | 10 Jul 2023
There are ton of optimizations that could be applied to kubernetes itself, including some custom CRI's (youki cri etc), read-only fs handling (erofs etc), and stacked CNI's on top of SR-IOV and Multus. Gluing it all together can be a real pain.
Youki v0.1.0, a container runtime in Rust that can be used with K8s is available
2 projects | /r/rust | 29 Jun 2023
Crun: Fast and lightweight OCI runtime and C library for running containers
I went looking for an answer to the obvious question, and there is indeed a Rust version. https://github.com/containers/youki#motivation has a nice comparison with both runc and crun.
Looks like there is youki  for that.
Discord and the JVM
4 projects | /r/java | 7 Mar 2023
Somebody at Oracle was at one point writing an implementation of the oci-runtime in rust https://github.com/oracle/railcar/, an active successor of that project appears to be https://github.com/containers/youki
[Rust] Is anyone working on any interesting (side-)projects in Rust? (preferably open-source)
6 projects | /r/kubernetes | 15 Jul 2022
I'd look at youki: https://github.com/containers/youki
Would docker be faster if it were written in rust?
3 projects | /r/rust | 18 Feb 2022
Yes, and it has. At least the runc equivalent part of it (which is the part that runs the containers). But the performance difference does not really matter that much - it is mostly start up time which is not normally a big overhead of the application. At least for long running services.
Hello, youki! Faster container runtime is written in Rust
6 projects | /r/rust | 26 Dec 2021
Youki – OCI container runtime with support for cgroup2 written in Rust
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Sep 2021
furthermore, this is a fantastic design doc sequence diagram, showing intimately how containers get made: https://github.com/containers/youki#design-and-implementatio...
What are some alternatives?
crun - A fast and lightweight fully featured OCI runtime and C library for running containers
runc - CLI tool for spawning and running containers according to the OCI specification
krustlet - Kubernetes Rust Kubelet
runtime-spec - OCI Runtime Specification
hackernews-sauron - A fast, resilient, isomorphic hacker news clone in ~1k lines of rust.
docuum - Docuum performs least recently used (LRU) eviction of Docker images. 🗑️
rescrobbled - MPRIS music scrobbler daemon
cntr - A container debugging tool based on FUSE
tealsql - a sqlx wrapper for teal and lua
knast - [discontinued] Experimental OCI & CRI-compatible container runtimes for FreeBSD
link-to-notion - Quick add a link to a page within Notion app