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    Phoronix: Systemd's Nspawn Lands OCI Runtime Support

    Merged this morning into the systemd code-base was a big feature addition that's been in the works for the better part of one year by Lennart Poettering and other developers...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...wn-OCI-Runtime

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    Inb4 omg now a whole quest os runs in process 1.

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    • #3
      It's a pity I don't like popcorns, otherwise this would be the perfect time to go grab them...

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      • #4
        Good grief, I do wish the systemd people would go off and develop their own OS and leave Linux alone.

        Anyway, I find most of these container solutions to be way too bloated. I tend to use containers on very resource limited machines like VPS with low memory. I use user-mode containers to protect the host and nothing more than busybox as the container's init to limit the resources and keep things simple.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by linner View Post
          Good grief, I do wish the systemd people would go off and develop their own OS and leave Linux alone.

          Anyway, I find most of these container solutions to be way too bloated. I tend to use containers on very resource limited machines like VPS with low memory. I use user-mode containers to protect the host and nothing more than busybox as the container's init to limit the resources and keep things simple.
          well, now here is some good news for you, you don't need any additional software to run your containers! LESS BLOAT FTW!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by boxie View Post
            well, now here is some good news for you, you don't need any additional software to run your containers! LESS BLOAT FTW!
            Maybe, if I ran bloated systemd in the first place.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by caligula View Post
              Inb4 omg now a whole quest os runs in process 1.
              so, if you have an os whose init system can launch a new os in a container, I wonder have many levels deep you can go in PID1

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              • #8
                Can they make a fucking systemd-kernel and leave us the hell alone?

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                • #9
                  I love the people complaining simply because they heard systemd and have no idea what this actually is and how it's super useful.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by FastCode View Post
                    Can they make a fucking systemd-kernel and leave us the hell alone?
                    use devuan(assuming is still alive) or go to FreeBSD and stop whining, no one is putting a gun in your head to use it and for those of us that use it this is great

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