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@gotwf I'm not sure if it matters if Docker isn't the "best" container solution. Docker has become the defacto standard for containerization.
Please pass some of what you've been smoking, bruh! I know more than a few folks who refuse to use Docker in production. So, I disagree. Maybe a few years back but seems to me it's been loosing much of its shine with an increasing number of clued in types. I have friends who are security gurus at bigco.com. These folks audit financial institutions and such., They refuse to allow 1) systemd (will stay on RHEL6.x until unsupported and then migrate to new platform), and 2) Docker in production - rapid dev use only.
Following the herd has it's advantages, granted. But..... a few of us rare breed types prefer the pursuit of technical excellence, even if it requires a bit more challenging path.
But hey, feel free to disagree and enjoy your Docker. Not worth arguing over and I've bailed on Linux for what I assess to be superior, if less popular, platforms. But then I am willing to do some trail maint work from time to time as well. You may well choose different priorities for very valid reasons.
P.S.; I do find it ironically amusing that the Docker folks stuck with a Solaris container analogy for their product, hoping to leverage Solaris Container buzz. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and yep... Linux is STILL playing catch up after all these years. If you've never had your fingers into the big iron it is considerably easier for Linux to shine.
P.P.S.; Zones/Container and fbsd jails have also been around for a lot longer, are more mature, and offer a more proven track record. So I feel 'safer' trusting them. I could well be wrong, but a little PPP (Purely Psychological Protection) is not always a bad thing. lol.