jberkus added a new comment to an issue you are following:
Because you can't run a container without a base image. You still need a
stripped-down userspace with glibc, if nothing else.
The point of the container is as a unit of delivery, not as a work environment. That is,
I'm building the contianer in order to deploy it to a cloud, not so that I can use it
to build other things. I don't need DNF *in* the container, I need DNF inorder to
install things into the container. Once those things are installed, I don't *want*
DNF in the container. Same with gcc, make, git, etc.
Is this getting close to unikernels? Yep. And that's a good thing.
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