In this post, we shall take a look at the idea of data only
containers - containers whose sole purpose is to exist on the docker
host so that other containers can have portable access to a
persistent data volume.
My workflow with docker usually involves volume mounting a host
directory so that I can read and write to the host directory from my
container as a non-root user. On a Fedora 23 host with SELinux
enabled, this is what I have to do differently:
My goal in this post is to show how to setup puppet in standalone mode on a Fedora 23 system. This setup will allow writing puppet modules and then you can apply them on your local system and check manually and via serverspec tests that they are doing what you ...