2 more virtual kernel benefits


And for your daily vkernel news…  Virtual kernels now are secure by default, meaning no loading kernel modules and no writing to kernel memory.  This is disabled by a command line flag at virtual kernel start time.  Also, Matthew Dillon realized that the virtual kernel automatically presents a safe way to cluster.

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