Hi Adam,

podman-remote and podman --remote are identical functionality wise.

I think the warning is outdated, podman-remote is stable and follows the semver just like the local podman.

Lokesh, can you remove this from the fedora package. I created https://github.com/containers/podman/pull/13635 to remove it from the upstream spec.


On Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 8:46 AM Adam Cmiel <acmiel@redhat.com> wrote:

On my Fedora 35, I noticed that the podman-remote package (version 3.4.4) warns not to use in production yet.

$ dnf info podman-remote
Description  : Remote client for managing podman containers.
             : This experimental remote client is under heavy development. Please do not
             : run podman-remote in production.
             : podman-remote uses the version 2 API to connect to a podman client to
             : manage pods, containers and container images. podman-remote supports ssh
             : connections as well.

Is there any difference between podman-remote and podman --remote in this regard? Or are both equally experimental?

Has this changed in later releases? Could the 4.x versions be considered ready for production use?
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