What’s the recommendations when running lxd in a virtual environment?
For example on ubuntu (which i will base this on) there is a kernel called: linux-azure
I can’t really tell if it’s just meant for azure itself or not, but it seems to indicate it’s also meant for hyper-v.
And if that’s the case, would one want that on the host (lxd host) as well as the containers?
Or would that be bad cause of how it shares the kernel and whatnot?
I also wonder about the filesystems,
i currently use the defaults on ubuntu server which i think is ext4 with LVM.
And when using “lxd init” it defaults to zfs for the storage pool, but i believe that filesystem expects direct storage access for it to do it’s thing correctly, which i doubt hyper-v really allows.
So i change it to brtfs in belief that it’s the better choice, but i rather know from the better folks than just assuming it’s great.
— Random ramble below, you have been warned —
Apart from that, i will just say that i find LXC/LXD to be very interesting and had really good experience with it so far!
Now being a debian person it’s a bit “hard” to use ubuntu, but as that’s what it has been made for it’s probably for the better, and i do think i like some parts of ubuntu compared to debian, so gotta thank you for making me experience something “different” haha