[Oisf-users] Question on multiple instances of Suricata

John Peters psibur at gmail.com
Thu May 16 14:22:32 UTC 2019

Not sure how you feel about containerization, but one of the benefits is
you can specify a volume (directory or partition) to mount to, and then map
it to Suricata's config directory. Basically, while Suricata is running
inside the container it's expecting to look at /etc/suricata/... for
configs, but you can map it to point to another directory outside the
container (on the actual host) which could point to a separate directory
for each instance/interface. Plus you get a good way to make sure it has
enough resources by telling it to load an instance of Suricata with x
cores, y RAM, etc.
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