LucasHi Gerard,The truth is, i did not even know about this option. Feels a bit like dockerception, but after running `oc cluster up` it looks like it may work. I will add more once I have had a chance to use it for a while. Thanks for the pointer, and I will continue to wait for the NAT/npipe features :)
> Have you tried to deploy OpenShift using `oc cluster up` on the
MobyLinuxVM image?On Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 10:18 AM, Gerard Braad <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Lucas,
First, thanks for the heads-up, but also providing these insights.
> As mentioned above, Docker for Windows provides NAT, and npipe, so we can and are using it for our current effort to containerize our entire infrastructure.
NAT support for Hyper-V is high on my to-do list, and from your
explanation, I get a better picture on how it should work, but mostly
why we have to do this.
I have brought this up inside the team, and we will discuss this
coming Monday about this topic. Hopefully I can provide a roadmap
after this on short notice.
> our final deployment is to OpenShift
Have you tried to deploy OpenShift using `oc cluster up` on the
MobyLinuxVM image? I am wondering, as this is not something I have
tried myself. We have a task/idea to deploy on an existing Docker
Would like your thoughts on this.
Anyways, I hope to have some good news soon.
Gerard Braad | http://gbraad.nl
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