Docker in xcp-ng
I would like to run docker on xcp-ng and I saw this article but I am not sure how this work. Do I still need a VM to run docker? Do I run
docker pull ubuntudirectly from the xcp-ng host? How does anyone install docker so it run as a VM?
Even the Dom0 is a VM, so yes, in all cases, you need a VM to run Docker
If you want to use RunX, you can use
podmancommand) in the
dom0. If not, you can run into any VM you created in XCP-ng.
f you want to use RunX, you can use docker (or podman command) in the dom0. If not, you can run into any VM you created in XCP-ng.
Hi @olivierlambert For give me here but Dom0 is the xcp-ng host correct? If yes do I run
yum install dockeron the xcp-ng host? Is RunX already part of the xcp-ng system?
Have you read this thread? https://xcp-ng.org/forum/topic/5085/runx-tech-preview
Also, in Xen, there's no "host" per se:
@olivierlambert Thank for for the link.. I obviously still a lot more reading to do:)