Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
I can't see any sane SysAdmin/Architect willing to chance more headaches in any way.
Is why CentOS became a favorite for so long, although I've heard murmurs that rapidly changing hardware is causing difficulties.

TSU
Yes...I could also see leap/suse enterprise doing fine as the host os. You dont want to fiddle with it much, but you might also want more functionality than micoros for the host though. For example, you may want to put the database service for a stack of containers, and/or core https reverse proxy redirect with a certbot, on the host os, rather than sticking those in seperate single function containers too. You might also want to setup a monitoring service on the host os to track the containers.