I have a hybrid network means that i have some virtual machines and a host
i installed cockpit on a virtual machine and it work with other vm.
i want to know if it could work with containers on docker host too?
does cockpit server monitor containers on docker too?
I would like to spawn the following command line:
yum list kernel-devel-$(uname -r)
When I try, it seems that "uname -r" is not transformed to 4.18.0-240....
Can I spawn a bash ? Or should I first get the result of "uname -r" in a
variable that I could concatenate to the rest of the line to have the final
Thanks for your help
i have some vm(Esxi based) machine in my network and we are going to have a docker host with some containers.
cockpit server installed on a VM and manage other virtual clients. i don't know if it could connect to my containers and monitor them or not?
is necessary to install another version of cockpit(cockpit-docker)?
i mean current cockpit could monitor all servers?(both virtual servers and containers just with one cockpit server on virtual machine)?