- CoreOS (see here)
consumes about 600MB diskspace
- UbuntuCore (see here)
consumes about 1.9GB diskspace
I heard, that Alpine Linux is an OS with a very small footprint, so i downloaded the "virtual" image and
mounted it in my virtualbox:
After a short startup i got the following:
This is completely different to all other installation procedures i know. No configuration dialog just a
localhost login:You have to enter "root" and without a password you get a banner with one important information:
You can setup the system with the command: setup-alpineThis will guide you through a 11 step setup (read the manual). To get a installation with persistent homes, etc. you have to choose the "sys" mode.
And then after a reboot, i have a Linux VM with 170MB.
For my next steps (installing docker, cloning some nodes) this should be the right choice.
[Installing docker is quite easy: remove the # before "edge/community" in /etc/apk/repositories and the run "apk update" and "apk add docker".]
- Docker on Ubuntu
- Running through a tutorial / investigating the processes
- Creating a small linux for my docker cluster (Alpine Linux)
- How to build a docker swarm
- Creating a minimal webserver container and deploying it to docker swarm
- Setting up a tomcat with docker
- Running a swarm with multiple managers
- Mysql inside a docker container - persistency with docker volumes
- How to change the configuration of a standard docker container(e.g. changing tomcats memory settings)