I did clear my RHCSA exam. But I was curious as to why --new did not work while I was setting up container as a service.
Overall Steps followed:
Ran yum module install container-tools -y as root. Logged in as user "walhala" on node1 server and logged into the given registry. Then,
1) podman run -d --name logserver registry.example.com/rsyslog-cert
2) loginctl enable-linger walhala
3) mkdir -p ~/.config/systemd/user ; cd ~/.config/systemd/user
4) podman generate systemd --name logserver --files # worked
podman generate systemd --name logserver --files --new # Did not work
5) cd; podman stop logserver; podman rm logserver
6) systemctl --user daemon reload
7) systemctl --user enable --now container-logserver.service
Anyone knows what I could have done to fix this issue?
I use loginctl without my user name:
$ loginctl enable-linger
It also works with the user name on RHEL-8.6, but loginctl in older RHEL releases might have a bug.
Hi OliverPereira, i also have this question that why this container service not configured propoerly, but still could not find answer from anywhere.
i also passed RHCSA couple of weeks back. but still confused about this question.
in my exam, podman gives error and dont recognize the "generate systemd".
My instructor said that the shell used while setting up a systemd account matters for containers starting on boot.
So what I was told to do is run a couple of steps before yours:
1. create a new user (and not as a system account type, oddly enough)
2. ssh into the box as this new user (don't su -, again a bit odd)
then continue with your commands.
So the container-as-a-service runs as this new user, and the container starts up after reboot.
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