So, if this all runs in these "containers" does it still talk to stuff
outside of the container? Meaning, to talk to the DB on the same lpar you
end up treating it like it's on some other database just as if your
container application was on a different lpar? Sort of like two VM's are
different clients or servers? And the DB within the container must be a
container type database, instead of DB2?
And I also suppose you would lose all the subsystems, jobs and other work
management stuff used by the current Domino on IBM i anyway, right?
And would the save/restore be as different as trying to save an individual
object from a guested lpar from the hosted lpar (not going to happen)?

"If" you lose all this then I guess what would be the point of keeping it
on IBM i?

"If" being the key point...

Rob Berendt

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