I realize this is short notice, but we've just setup a Lunch and
Learn session for tomorrow, Thursday May 5, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. (noon)
EDT (UTC-5). Derek Parker will be giving the Podman maintainers at Red
Hat a tutorial on using the Golang Debugger with Red Hat. We're happy
to announce that we're able to open the session up to anyone else that
would like to join in.
We'll be meeting in Google Meet and the room is here:
We will be recording the session, so if you can 't attend, the
recording will be available later on our YouTube channel
(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8PKFfMXESWNXgGG5U_F_w) for your
Hope to see you there!
I finally found some time to address Paul's suggestions about
pasta's integration for Podman for user-mode networking, namely:
- binding ports to specific addresses is now supported
- no port forwarding is enabled by default
- if the user doesn't explicitly share ports from the container
namespace over the loopback interface, the init namespace is not
reachable over it
The updated patch is at:
and the updated Podman demo at:
which actually shows a bigger throughput improvement over slirp4netns
for non-loopback connections now, after I fixed an issue in the demo
About packaging: I filed an RFP for Debian at:
and added passt to Fedora's maintainers wishlist -- I'm now looking for
packagers more actively.
Let me know if you have questions or comments. Thanks!