[Bug 925513] Re: plymouth should not run in container

Michael Adam obnox at samba.org
Thu Feb 16 14:51:48 UTC 2012


thanks for your comments.

I have experimented a little more. And I found that --path is indead at
the very least misleading:

If I don't use --path, then the config (snippet) given to lxc-create by
"-f" is merged with the config that the template creates. If i do use
paht, then the -f file is put under /var/lib/lxc while the template
creates is stored under the --path. So at least this is bad and
confusing. I also came up with the idea of linking or bind-mounting
/var/lib/lxc to some other place. It seems safer ... :-)

As for plymouth: I still have to experiment whether the behaviour is
different when not using --path.

But one of the main purposes for me to use is to get network
virtualization, so it is not an option to _not_ configure network for my
containers. :-) I usually use veth and one of the bridge devices created
by libvirt.

Cheers - Michael

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