The minimization part is cool. But I find running and experimenting with systemd inside of podman even cooler. I had no idea that one could do that.
I mean that makes sense now that I think about it, systemd is designed to run inside a systemd-nspawn which is almost the same as podman, technically.
It also makes sense considering docker never intended to have systemd running inside containers. This prompted RedHat to more or less write podman.
Wasn’t the article and the other side of the issue? I.e. docker running on a systemd host?
Systemd always worked ok in any container runtime - docker is not really aware of the container contents on that level anyway
This was well written and blessedly to the point.
I used to work with Sebastian (the author) and he is as thorough in everything he does. Really solid work!