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
My guess is it's not using overlay capable fs, but is instead using VFS.