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Author: Simon Walter
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] Any parties interested in lxc ?
On 2020-10-11 08:10, g4sra via Dng wrote:
> On 10/10/2020 21:47, Simon Walter wrote:
>> On 2020-10-08 21:08, g4sra via Dng wrote:
>> -- snip --
>>> Anybody enlighten me about the meaning of the phrase...
>>> 'The controller seems to be unused by "cgfsng" cgroup driver or not enabled on the cgroup hierarchy'
>> Sorry for the late reply.
> No problem. Real life comes first ;)
>> How have you set up cgroups? Cgroups has changed and my old set up
>> didn't work after upgrading from Jessie.
> I eventually deciphered the issue, partial configuration of pam_cgfs.so in /etc/pam.d/common-session{,-noninteractive}
> However I am finding shortfalls with cgroups and namespaces functionality, and Debian packaging with SystemD creep.
> I am being drawn to the conclusion that LXC is not suitable for system containers (or developing systems - my intended use), and are best suited for pure Application daemons such as HTTP or DNS.
> I am currently considering rebuilding a Qemu/KVM development environment....

I use Qemu/KVM for Windows development. What is your use case for LXC?
Did you mention USB passthrough? Depending on what your developing, you
may want to have several targets including physical computers.