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Re: Address output-distance problems: (issue 563730043 by address@hidden

From: Dan Eble
Subject: Re: Address output-distance problems: (issue 563730043 by address@hidden)
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2020 18:33:25 -0400

On Mar 13, 2020, at 04:43, Kevin Barry <address@hidden> wrote:
> The direction of this statement is correct, but the magnitude is not.  The 
> kernel is still provided by the host.   Getting a crash report can be 
> frustrating when the guest's behavior hinges on /proc features that the host 
> OS has configured appropriately for the host, not the guest.  Configurable 
> security restrictions can make the debugging experience different from one 
> installation to another.  Et cetera.
> Yes it's true that containers are not completely safe from host 
> configurations, but I didn't think talking about the 1% would help this 
> discussion. If you think it makes pursuing this idea a waste of time then 
> fair enough.

I think you misread me.  I was agreeing that relying on containers greatly 
reduces "works for me" problems among the group using them; but I thought that 
in this forum, a good number of people would take "eliminate" literally and 
would therefore be thankful for some clarification.


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