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Implement relay/proxy mode in the lxc client #553

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stgraber opened this Issue Apr 28, 2015 · 7 comments

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stgraber commented Apr 28, 2015

This is about implementing the relay/proxy feature in the client, where either on transfer failure or when a remote flag is set, the client will act as a relay between the two LXDs.

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tkuhlman commented Jan 15, 2016

+1

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vskubriev Mar 14, 2016

+1, Useful feature.

vskubriev commented Mar 14, 2016

+1, Useful feature.

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casey-bowman Mar 24, 2016

+1, per tkuhlman's reference, to be able to copy image to a remote LXD

casey-bowman commented Mar 24, 2016

+1, per tkuhlman's reference, to be able to copy image to a remote LXD

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dobin Sep 13, 2016

As i'd like to copy a container from my notebook at home to an external rootserver, +1.

dobin commented Sep 13, 2016

As i'd like to copy a container from my notebook at home to an external rootserver, +1.

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Marking as blocked on #2402 and #1926

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stgraber commented Sep 19, 2016

Marking as blocked on #2402 and #1926

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You can't listen on an address that doesn't exist. It's not LXD refusing to do it, it's the kernel.

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stgraber commented Feb 22, 2017

You can't listen on an address that doesn't exist. It's not LXD refusing to do it, it's the kernel.

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