On Wed, Jun 3, 2020, at 2:24 AM, Dominic wrote:
> I've been using podman and buildah for a while on native Ubuntu
> and it's been great. With the release of WSL2 I'm trying to start
> building containers on Windows, but I'm running into some
> performance issues. Running something like: buildah copy
> $container . /srv in my project root takes maybe a second or two
> on native linux and minutes on my WSL2 system.
> Windows task manager doesn't show high resource utilization from
> any particular process during this time. Any ideas on how I can
> debug this?
My guess is it's not using overlay capable fs, but is instead using VFS.
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