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In my homelab I use LXD/LXC quite a bit. Linux containers provide pretty decent alternative to full blown virtualization with smaller overhead and some extra perks like easier local filesystem access. All things considered, I’ve been happy with LXD for many years.
However there are places where the illusion of completely separated virtual machines shows some cracks when you look close enough. This is a story of one such crack that was haunting me for months.
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