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It appears you can deploy a nixos configuration to libvirt with nixops (see the deployment.libvirtd.. attributes). I've only used nixops to deploy to virtualbox myself but if it's anything like that you should find it pretty straightforward to use.


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Docker's website states that it can be installed on any 64 bit distribution of RHEL. However, the kernel must be 3.10 at a minimum. Check your kernel version first with the following command: uname -r.


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This tool could be handy: chname Run command or interactive shell with a new system hostname SYNOPSIS chname hostname [command ...] DESCRIPTION Create a new utsname namespace with a new system hostname and execute command. This is particularly useful for creating a chroot that has a hostname independent of the rest of the system. ...


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Virtual interfaces do not artificially limit throughput to a particular data rate, like a physical interface would. However, they do incur software overhead, so you should expect transfer rates to be lower compared to simpler inter-process communication mechanisms, unless the bottleneck is some other factor.


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sry for that question ... after hours of traffic sniffing, paket tracking and a lot of trail&error i saw that i was masquerading the packets on br0 ... i probably did this, cause with the containers, there are 2 computers on a hardware-switch wich needed routing on eth0. Anywany, that caused the strange src headers in the pakets ... by masqerading the ...



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