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If you want to poke around like normal, use supervisord or OpenVZ. (You get more features with OpenVZ like checkpointing and live migration)

How would supervisord fit in this use case? Just wondering.

Instead of running the mysql process, you could have Docker run supervisord, which in turn would be configured to fire up the mysql and ssh daemons.

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