I've tried to rebuild the container with Debian Bullseye using a fresh template.
On initial start everything work fine. After upgrading, I have similar behavior. So clearly something wrong with Bullseye on Proxmox V7
Here the log when trying to start the container:
root@malta:~# lxc-start -F...
I've upgrade a debian LXC from buster to bullseye. After upgrade the LXC container refused to start and hang on " Reached target Basic System.".
I'm not sure how to debug this.
To upgrade the system, I simply ran:
After restart. The container was not...
With PVE 7, I have a LXC server with replication target with another PVE 7 node and the replication is not working well.
When schedule manually, the process is starting for ~3-4 min and stop working in the middle without anymore information regarding and error or failure.
What about using LXC to run a OCI image (namely a Docker image).
According to this article LXC is support OCI.
> Like every container technology and their dog, LXC nowadays supports OCI images. The...
> Yes, you would need a few extra VM's for the orchestrator, but then you could move from 1VM/LXC==1 dockerized app to 1VM==n dockerized apps.
We started that way, and soon realize the number of Dockerized App is growing and so are the VMs to host them. This causes issues in term...
Thanks for your reply. I know Proxmox is not supporting Docker deamon. And it's not really what I'm looking for either. I'm looking for a way to start a docker image. Similar to LXC where we start a full OS, I'm looking for a way to start a single application within LXC.
Using Proxmox VE for quite a while with VM and LXC on 5 physical servers.
Too many times, we find ourselves creating a VM or an LXC container for a single Docker application. Mainly, we are creating an additional Linux server for the sole purpose of installing docker within it and...