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Yes exactly is what you are thinking!! But there are some traps

 

Yes we can run xpenology on docker fully functional but inside a KVM VM but works pretty fine really.

Right now what I have is a simple docker that execute an instance of xpenology (clean, so the page of installation is shown to install)

I thinking which features do you think could be interesting for you?

give support to docker volumes inside the xpenology?

-v /myhost/data:/Volume1/myshare ?
Please let me know what do you think could be interesting for you.

 

when I have a more stable version I will publish to github for all of you.

The image is based in an image a Did for my work (W2012 inside docker) but I reused to use for xpenology

 

I Did the image because I wanted pretty UI of xpenology + Unraid Disk management(almost always spin down the HDD)

You can share your unraid data using NFS/glusterFS and (if someone add 9p virtio driver to the synoboot image) 9p

 

 

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On 8/31/2017 at 2:48 AM, segator said:

Yes exactly is what you are thinking!! But there are some traps

 

Yes we can run xpenology on docker fully functional but inside a KVM VM but works pretty fine really.

Right now what I have is a simple docker that execute an instance of xpenology (clean, so the page of installation is shown to install)

I thinking which features do you think could be interesting for you?

give support to docker volumes inside the xpenology?

-v /myhost/data:/Volume1/myshare ?
Please let me know what do you think could be interesting for you.

 

when I have a more stable version I will publish to github for all of you.

The image is based in an image a Did for my work (W2012 inside docker) but I reused to use for xpenology

 

I Did the image because I wanted pretty UI of xpenology + Unraid Disk management(almost always spin down the HDD)

You can share your unraid data using NFS/glusterFS and (if someone add 9p virtio driver to the synoboot image) 9p

 

 

That sound excellent.

 

I'm running  Proxmox on Gen8 and create zfs as data pool, if xpenology can run in LXC container, that will good to avoid create VM.

Could you to share your code in github?

 

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On 8/31/2017 at 2:48 AM, segator said:

Yes exactly is what you are thinking!! But there are some traps

 

Yes we can run xpenology on docker fully functional but inside a KVM VM but works pretty fine really.

Right now what I have is a simple docker that execute an instance of xpenology (clean, so the page of installation is shown to install)

I thinking which features do you think could be interesting for you?

give support to docker volumes inside the xpenology?

-v /myhost/data:/Volume1/myshare ?
Please let me know what do you think could be interesting for you.

 

when I have a more stable version I will publish to github for all of you.

The image is based in an image a Did for my work (W2012 inside docker) but I reused to use for xpenology

 

I Did the image because I wanted pretty UI of xpenology + Unraid Disk management(almost always spin down the HDD)

You can share your unraid data using NFS/glusterFS and (if someone add 9p virtio driver to the synoboot image) 9p

 

 

 

 

Hi Segator,

 

I search in github, and I guess this should what you mentioned?

https://github.com/segator/xpenology-docker 

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1 hour ago, laris said:

That sound excellent.

 

I'm running  Proxmox on Gen8 and create zfs as data pool, if xpenology can run in LXC container, that will good to avoid create VM.

Could you to share your code in github?

 

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I think you don't understand how works, this docker run internally a KVM VM with xpenology so it doesn't have any sense for you use a LXC container with KVM inside if you are already using proxmox KVM VM's

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Just now, segator said:

Yes, is this one

 

Thank you! I will try it.

But maybe VM will better maybe. I will try to compare.

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