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15:47:43  <creationix>rphillips: I’m trying to move my servers to coreos and rackspace cloud today. This is very different from the standard linode + ubuntu I’ve done for years
15:47:53  <creationix>how does one typically run several node services on coreos?
15:48:05  <rphillips>via a docker container
15:48:25  <rphillips>most likely with a datapartition on the coreos instance
15:48:35  <rphillips>this you volume mount into your container
15:48:39  <rphillips>then*
16:01:15  <creationix>rphillips: so many layers of abstration? Don’t docker containers contain their own OS inside them?
16:01:21  <creationix>I just want to run a node.js app as a service
16:01:56  <rphillips>they do... if you need/want to persist data though, you will need a data partition
16:02:09  <rphillips>you pass that to docker with -v /mnt/data:/data
16:02:36  <rphillips>otherwise, it's a simply docker run creationix/some_image
16:02:44  <rphillips>simple*
16:02:56  <rphillips>you can have the docker image on the public index or host your own
16:03:14  <creationix>ok, so the docker image will have ubuntu or something?
16:03:32  <rphillips>right
16:03:33  <rphillips>https://github.com/virgo-agent-toolkit/virgo-update-service/blob/master/Dockerfile
16:03:40  <rphillips>here is a docker image for one of my services
16:03:59  <rphillips>nave is a tool to install nodejs
16:05:09  <rphillips>oh yeah, you wrote nvm :)
16:06:37  <rphillips>coreos has a nice Vagrantfile so you can test things out locally
16:09:16  <creationix>I guess I need to actuall learn what vagrant and docket are
16:09:20  <creationix>*docker
16:48:31  <creationix>does the monitoring agent work well on archlinux?
17:06:13  <creationix>heh, building from source is fun since /usr/bin/python doesn’t work with gyp
17:09:05  <creationix>it’s running! Now to figure out how to get it to run as a service using systemd
17:20:30  <creationix>https://gist.github.com/creationix/ab209f0fecb864e8dd06
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