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Re: [atomic-devel] Having abrt on Atomic Host

> I still see us taking the easy way out and not helping customers third 
> parties with examples of how to containerize low level applications, 
> just because we can continue to do things the way we always have.
> The example of sssd suffering through the pain of containerization and 
> others has helped us get better at things like system containers and to 
> build knowledge around best practices.  If we had just fallen back on 
> traditional RPM installs we would not have gotten that knowledge or 
> improved the product.

I've already made my point - but just because we can does not mean we

we need to invest in containers where they make sense. Containising gcc
would be a waste of resources IMO when you can just "yum install" in a
dockerfile of a large service like pgsql (if you wanted to build it

What's going to give us most return on our effort? SSSD in a container
doesn't attract users, having containerised applications like httpd or
pgsql etc does. 


William Brown
Software Engineer
Red Hat, Australia/Brisbane

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