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Zero-OS console

Zero-OS is a stateless and lightweight Linux operating system designed for clustered deployments to host virtual machines and containerized applications.

For more details see the Introduction to Zero-OS in the /docs documentation directory, which includes a comprehensive table of contents.

Main repositories

  • 0-initramfs:
    • Assembly of shell scripts for building the Zero-OS Linux kernel and create an initramfs to start 0-Core.
  • 0-core:
    • Init process (0-Core) and container manager (CoreX) of Zero-OS
    • Also contains Python client for 0-Core, for managing containers, disks and networking of a Zero-OS node
  • 0-robot:
    • Distributed live cycle management system
    • The robot managed different part of the grid created by the 0-OS nodes
  • 0-fs:
    • File system for Zero-OS and Zero-OS containers
  • 0-Hub:
  • 0-stor:
    • Storage library used mainly to read and write data onto archive storage in an efficient manner





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