Docker Image for Corosync-d Service

Feb 3, 2022
Hello everyone,

I was facing the problem with a Two-Node Cluster that they sometimes misbehave in some way so I used a old Rasperry Pi 4 which was great until it wasn`t.
For a shared storage between the two nodes I use an QNAP NAS directly attached which works greate as a storage.
On the NAS you have the chance to use docker images and I was figuring out how to migrate from rasperry pi 4 corosync-d to Docker image, which wasn`t an easy task but I did it.

Here is everything you need to know:

The Image is pushed into the docker hub and tested on "normal" docker and the Container Station in QNAP.

Please feel free to test it and give me some feedback.

Kind regards,
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Update: Version 1.1 is out which is pushed for the plattforms arm64, armv7 and amd64 to your liking aswell as a Ubuntu deviant if you want to use ubuntu instead of Debian. The Version string for debian is fixed to a certain one. No changes inside of the image.
The Build parameters are also using the sbom and security fixes to meet security best pracises as close as possible (no-root user cannot be met due to the proxmox using root user in setup for qnet-d)

If you go any questions, updates or feddback please use the issue tab in github.


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