On 04/21/2015 08:55 AM, George Dunlap wrote: > On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 7:06 PM, Lokesh Mandvekar > <lsm5 at fedoraproject.org> wrote: >> I've pretty much decided that 'docker' in virt SIG would only track upstream >> sources (no RH patches in it). Don't want this to sound like "I don't care >> what anyone says", but docker upstream and many CentOS users want a build >> which will only track upstream docker sources. Having 'docker' in virt SIG to >> be this build sounds like the way to go. > It sounds like you care what "many CentOS users want", which is hardly > "I don't care what anyone says". :-) > > That sounds like a perfectly reasonable decision. > > -George > _______________________________________________ > CentOS-devel mailing list > CentOS-devel at centos.org > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos-devel I have not chimed in on this yet, but the patches include stuff to make docker run better on a systemd based system. Going purely upstream eliminates us from experimenting and testing some of our ideas. Current patches include fixes for SELinux, patches to allow systemd to run within a container without requiring --privileged mode. Handling of multiple registries, Proper integration into the systemd, MachineCtl, journald. And most importantly customers running on rhel will have a different experience then on Centos.