Hi there, I am stacked here all day. My goal is to create two layers for my projects, DEV and PROD, so I can work on new features while working version is running. Something like this guy: How can I have two instances of Home Assistant in Docker
But he was trying to figure out something different.
I am able to run 2 HA at the time on 1 device, but problem is that’s just HomeAssistant container without supervisor featuers -> Home Assistant Installation Methods, that I so desperatly need. As i understand due this :https://web.archive.org/web/20200419035400/https://www.home-assistant.io/hassio/installation/ I can’t make 2 HA supervisored on one docker host, so I wonder how to make two separetly docker host on one device, if it’s even possible.
While wandering google I found something about docker swarm, I am not sure but I understand it like it’s different situation, when I have 3 different devices and need to make them work as one… (please prove me wrong and tell me that’s the way )
There is two other ways I was thinking of:
- Install just HA container in to the stack and manually add supervisor, nodered, and other containers needed. I think this should work, but as you can say, that’s like printing 1-100 one by one…
- The last way I was thinking of was little cheating by using Virtual Box and for each system install it’s own ubuntu or directly Home Assistant as OS. I know that would work, but its’s not exatly what I need.
If there is another way for Home Assistent container how to be able access files, load or create snapshots and manage add-ons (basically stuff that can supervisor do)
- Every project does have original Intel Nuc with HA at the house and I have to be able to test or edit every project without affecting actual running version, and as you could understand, I can’t have another Nuc at home for every project.
Thanks in adance!