Docker Image?

Exard3k
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Hey I'm getting myself a new machine (homeserver with heavy virtualization).  Is there a Docker image out there for BOINC/E@H? That would ease up things quite a bit and keep management at a minimum.

mikey
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Exard3k wrote: Hey I'm

Exard3k wrote:

Hey I'm getting myself a new machine (homeserver with heavy virtualization).  Is there a Docker image out there for BOINC/E@H? That would ease up things quite a bit and keep management at a minimum. 

There used to be a LONG time ago but now alot of people just load up a small version of Linux in a Virtual Box and let it run.

Exard3k
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mikey wrote:Exard3k

mikey wrote:

Exard3k wrote:

Hey I'm getting myself a new machine (homeserver with heavy virtualization).  Is there a Docker image out there for BOINC/E@H? That would ease up things quite a bit and keep management at a minimum. 

There used to be a LONG time ago but now alot of people just load up a small version of Linux in a Virtual Box and let it run.

 

Really sad. I know Folding@Home has all kinds of containers available.

 

But hey, I'm probably running some very basic Arch VM anyway, might as well clone it and rack up on CPU cores+RAM for that. Luckily we got a remote management tool for BOINC. Htop and boinccmd are great, but gets tedious once you got 5+ machines to maintain.

 

Really not a great deal for people knowing their stuff, but for potential beginners this is a a missed opportunity to attract new participants with a plug&play solution. Docker or containerization in general gets more accessible every day.

Ian&Steve C.
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why not just make one

why not just make one yourself with docker compose?

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