Comparing LXD vs. LXC (20)

An extremely common confusion is the distinction between LXD ("LX Daemon" / pronounced "lex-dee") and LXC (Linux Containers). This post attempts to clear that up. Overview From the official site: LXD isn't a rewrite…

Kea-dhcp on host (1)
Wrappers between old lxc-xx commands and lxc client command? (5)
Fail2ban for Wordpress on containers (4)
Finding the image name that a container uses (4)
Fatest way of giving a container access to a directory (2)
Setup vlans inside LXD (4)
Anyway to tell how many resources, cpu, I/o a container is taking up (5)
LXC container setting disk space limits (3)
Lxd snap: when snap is updated, old non-snap config files are copied instead of last snap ones (7)
Lxc-routednet hook script for routed networking with proxy ARP/NDP (1)
After installing docker lxd containers no longer getting IP over bridge (5)
Add links between container in a cluster (6)
Is LXD affected by this security hole? (2)
Installed a new drive and tried to give a user in a container permission, but not working (2)
If I reinstall LXD with a previous ZFS Pool, is there anyway to recover it, or make it work (4)
Viewing existing containers via virt-manager remotely (3)
Best practices for assigning static IP address? (4)
Resource limitations for multiple containers (1)
To explore the role of ZFS storage system in LXD container migration (3)
Share file written in container with host OS (5)
[SOLVED] Most ipsec commands return no output (7)
Automatic name resolution within an Ubuntu 14.04 container? (1)
Using own dhcp server for containers (8)
Limiting cpu allowance for multiple containers (1)
How to reduce LXD container migration stream (6)
Had to reinstall my OS drive, how do I get my containers back? (7)
Bridge with Netplan (For LXC) doesn't work (8)
Systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service - Failed to start Cleanup of Temporary Directories (6)