Quoting Derek Simkowiak (de...@simkowiak.net):
> >/the subsequent rm -rf $rootfs/
>     Serge,
>     Could you elaborate on this?  The lxc-destroy is not supposed to
> rm -rf the root filesystem, is it?
>     What if I had data in there I wanted to copy to a new LXC rootfs
> I'm building?
>     Unless I have misunderstood something, doing an rm -rf is a
> horrible idea.  Virt-Manager and VirtualBox do not remove your .vmdk
> disk image when you "destroy" a virtual machine.

In libvirt, 'destroy' means shut down.  In lxc, stop means shut down and
destroy means delete.

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