I might also recommend just running podman with systemd so that this doesn't happen. You can easily steal my unit files from here:


There's also a blog linked at the bottom if you want more info.

Best Regards
Scott M

On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 6:29 PM Matt Heon <mheon@redhat.com> wrote:
On 2020-05-04 18:10, Ryan Wilson wrote:
>Hi podman team,
>I wanted to try out Fedora CoreOS for a couple of upcoming projects so I
>installed it on bare metal and logged in via ssh. I can start a container
>detached (as my logged in user) and then verify that the server is running
>but when I logout of the ssh session, the container stops. From looking at
>the logs, it appears that the container process is getting SIGTERM Which I
>assume means the container was stopped gracefully. But by what? How do I
>stop this behavior? If I detach a container, I would like it to outlive my
>session. This doesn’t happen when I sudo to root and start the container,
>only when running as the non-root user. Any suggestions?

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I suspect this is systemd killing Podman as the session it was started
in dies. Enabling linger with `loginctl enable-linger` usually
resolves this.

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