Just run it in a container and none of this matters.
Pi-Hole's docker version was not a well done container 3 years ago when I implemented this solution. It was by no means a good idea at the time.
Well I just meant going forward.
That gets into different issues since Fedora went with podman. I haven't done much tinkering with it yet to see how compatible things are.
It's a drop in replacement. It doesn't use the Docker socket so you can't use things like docker-compose, but I don't necessarily see that as a bad thing. Any normal tasks should be the same. There's people who have said they aliased podman to docker and never noticed a difference.
Stratis is just an automation and communication layer for XFS and LVM
I did not know that.
I didn't either, was just researching it, lol. It makes it a lot more valuable, it is essentially taking the "one filesystem" advantages of ZFS or BtrFS and making them happen with traditional, mature technologies. Kind of a best of both worlds approach. Actually quite nice, if it works well.
@JaredBusch So... now that you've had this up and running for a while, care to report on how that is going? Inquiring minds are curious. Particularly w.r.t. resource utilization comparison, performance differences, etc. comparatively. I think you were on Mongo previously, correct? Cuz I am right there with you on the license bullshit. All it takes is one bump in the road, merger, and wham, history repeats and next major version changes license again - only this time to something closed. Have no interest in betting on community to fork and continue. Need a safer bet. It would appear that percona may have already done so w/their percona mongodb offering but I wonder if that would continue as a full fork if/when upstream became closed source.