--- Comment #2 from Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)redhat.com> ---
Some documentation would be good.
There are basically two ways to go.
First, the "application container" model. Here, you don't use systemctl to
launch the service -- you just run it directly. This works very well for
relatively simple daemons.
The other approach is the "system container" model, where your docker
environment is like a lightweight virtual machine. Here, you run systemd, and
systemd manages your session (almost) as if it were running in a "real"
machine. That looks like what you're trying to do.
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