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LXC is an operating system-level virtualization method for running multiple isolated Linux systems (containers) on a single control host. LXC provides operating system-level virtualization by providing a virtual environment that has its own process and network space. LXC relies on the Linux kernel cgroups functionality. LXC is similar to other OS-level virtualization technologies on Linux such as OpenVZ and Linux-VServer, as well as those on other operating systems such as FreeBSD.

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Hello, I can't found an control panel for docker, for: deploy, create, remove and assign ports to containers.

Anyone can suggest a free or paid one?

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where and how can I install "govc"?


this is in response to my other question an error I am getting using docker machine

"Error creating machine: exec: "govc": executable file not found in $PAT…

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am running swarm in "binpack" mode and my first node "ubuntu-Docker1" is clearly out of memory but will not put any contrainers on the other hosts ???

I am not sure why this is , any help would be …

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I am sure it is something like

docker-machine create --driver --vmwar****????!!!.......................................

what is the exact systax for docker machine to provision to vcenter?????…

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no real problem here I am just wondering why it says this in the dolphin gui about docker??

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I have heard second hand that you dont want to use the lxc execution driver in docker  do to security issues.

does anyone know exactly why this is ???


thanks

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Linux containers are abbreviated as LXC. They are the forms of lightweight operating system level virtualization for computers that are running Linux. Containers do not provide the virtual machine but…

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When I try to run Docker, I get a problem.  The message is right: a URL is broken.  I know that ubuntu.com is not completely down.  I tested it.  But the URLs in the error log don't work (like the err…

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Virtual Machine and Containers are both techniques for virtualization and in many scenario either can be used. Though Virtual Machine and Container are similar in many ways, they both have there own s…

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This article is a product of a couple of things, the first part comes from research I gathered during a masters course on Leading Change and Innovation and the second part is just my nerdy interest in…

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