Linux containers, or LXC, is a lightweigt yet powerful container solution. It can run applications or distros but share the same kernel and hardware resources and persistently. This is not a cutting-edge technology and is fully supported in Fedora.
Some common problems and solution to containerized Redis deployment.
WriteFreely is a blogging and publish tool as well as an important part of the Fediverse network. It is lightweight and easy to host. However, the official Container (Docker) setup is not even correct. So here comes a working deployment notes.
Previous StatusContinue on previous post https://blog.sakuragawa.moe/simple-homebrew-kubernetes-deployment/ And post https://blog.sakuragawa.moe/deploy-ceph-storage-and-csi-for-pods-consume-in-kubernetes-home-lab/ The Kubernetes cluster bootstrapping is complete and the Flannel network takes the charge of getting pods
OpenMediaVault, as a popular NAS solution, has released "Usul" for months. Somehow there is no built-in ways to upgrade between major releases. The actual best upgrade solution is a clean installation.