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Jan. 14, 2022, 3:41 p.m. | /u/DougEubanks

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I've been running Docker in production at home for a few years. I run probably around ~25 containers on 3-4 servers. I have a shared NFS store for persistent named volumes. These services are used for everything from dev/testing to "production" use by family/friends. These range from a Ryzen 2700x, some older i7s, all the way down to a couple of Raspberry Pis.

I've been trying to crack the HA nut for some time. I need fixed IPs exposed to services so I can do destination NAT port forwarding. I …

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