I currently have a successful running harvester through the official chianetwork docker image on a Synology 1621xs+ NAS (6x18TB, several attached USB drives). My full node is currently running from my main PC that is also creating the plots. Copying the certificates from the ca dir worked, i just needed to do a manual bash chia keys add (mnemonic) to get rid of some missing keys errors - which weren´t problematic for just harvesting, but annoying to see them pop up in the logs and when checking the plots through the bash.
Now, i want to move the full node and farmer over to the machine and i need someone with more experience with docker (or, the Synology version of docker). I´m quite new to the concept of docker, but what i understood is, that you shouldn´t try to change it´s contents. Now, with the config.yaml “somewhere” within the Image, i could only reach it via bash > vim. And i´m absolutely not used to it. My question is: do i have any chance to edit the config.yaml within the docker image from “outside”? Accessing the image via SSL, copying the config.yaml to my PC, edit it and copy it back into the container?
The other question that i have: when i don´t run the wallet on that machine, can i run it on my PC with the GUI or is the GUI always starting full node, harvester and farmer also?