This one came to me, while using LXD on a test server i have. LXD 2.0 stable is one of the great things that came with Ub untu 16.04LTS. I follow this project for a while and always waiting for the right time to be able to use it.
I have been using this for 2 months and i have no complains, so far. It’s stable as the word says. The usual method is to ssh into my test server and there i use lxc to manage my containers.
So i just do:
# Create a SSH tunnel to your laptop ssh email@example.com # Use it lxc list lxc exec odoo1 bash (many other available lxc commands ...)
Now i recalled that even no being on the same local network i can register the remote LXD daemon on the local interface 127.0.0.1 using a different port than the default 8443.
For this to be possible, we just need to set it up on the LXD server first:
lxc config set core.https_address "[127.0.0.1]:9443" lxc config set core.trust_password some-password
Now, we need to add the remote on our laptop:
# You need at least to have lxd-client tools sudo apt install lxd-client # Add the remote LXD server on our laptop lxc remote add test 127.0.0.1:9443 # Create a SSH tunnel to your laptop ssh -NL 9443:localhost:9443 firstname.lastname@example.org # Try it out lxc list test: lxc exec test:odoo1 bash
Now imagine how much easier is to use a lxc file pull/push running lxc on your local…