Managing containers with podman and systemd

November 6, 2018
linux, container, systemd

A while ago I stumbled upon podman, which touts itself as an alternative to Docker. Not only does podman not use any big fat daemons™ but it makes it rather easy to run containers in a user-namespace, i.e. with greatly restricted privileges on your system. The fun thing is: you are still root within the container!


Speedtest Plotter

September 19, 2018
container, network, database

I am supposed to have a 500 Mbps internet line at home. Last week it really didn’t feel like that (again). Pages would take ages to load, streams would stutter miserably or simply abort and downloading OS updates simply timed out. So I set out to measure my actual bandwidth over a longer period of time.