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Re: Containers as VMs.

There is no benefit, since it's not possible. You can run a container on a VM, but not as a VM.

The processes in a container run on the container host, using the host's kernel.
A VM has its own kernel. Processes in a VM use the VM's kernel, and don't run on the VM's host.

On 2021/06/07 8:09 PM, Jason Long wrote:
What is the benefit of running a container as a VM?

Thank you.



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