OS container technologies in Fedora

asked 2017-06-12 16:56:51 -0500

fulminemizzega gravatar image

Hi all, what is, in your opinion, the best container technology for OS containers (I mean, systemd + stuff inside the container) supported now in Fedora 25? I've tried lxc, systemd-nspawn/machinectl and docker (with oci-systemd-hook). By supported I mean: requires less fiddling, works with SELinux, networking with bridged veth interface. Right now it seems to me that docker works fine, but sometimes funny stuff happens, like yesterday I tried to run vim or nano inside a container and it threw an error, while with systemd-nspawn everything looks fine (but I had to switch SELinux to permissive and to get networking I had to use libvirtd bridge interface). Don't tell me not to run vim inside a container, I just want to run a container instead of a VM and when I'm done just throw everything away. Thanks for your time.

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