[CentOS-virt] Fwd: About Centos 7 + Virt-manager

Wed Jul 16 12:38:13 UTC 2014
Pablo Silva <psilvao at gmail.com>

Dear Colleagues:

   Thanks a lot, for your replies, my boss is a big fan of lxc, but I have
read many forums, and what I perceive is rhel7 -> docker, centos7 --->

With great difficulty, I managed a container with virt-manager, I even
noticed a bug when trying to create a bridge.

Conclusion, as we want to use a container operating system is better to use
openvz, now is there interfaces that allow a user no expert reserve
resources such as memory, cpu, etc without going to browse cgroups?

Thanks in advance


On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 4:13 AM, Sven Kieske <S.Kieske at mittwald.de> wrote:

> Hi Scott,
> while much of what you say is true
> you somehow could lead unaware users
> to the conclusion that docker and lxc
> are two very different container technologies.
> In fact, docker uses lxc for containers.
> So it's more a management abstraction layer
> with an API.
> Nevertheless for true and secure containerization
> you'll need openvz atm, sadly it's not in the kernel yet.
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