Docker pull or Docker run doesn't actually do anything

I’m trying to run something called Traildash via it’s docker container on a VM via chef (once I get it running I’ll move it to an AWS instance). So I’ve installed docker onto the VM and so I tell chef to run

docker run -i -d -p 80:80 \
appliedtrust/traildash

or even

  • Adding an ECS instance in AWS - where to set the cluster name
  • docker info command doesn't show anything in ec2 Instance
  • A directory created in my web application running inside docker is missing
  • Docker container: lsmod not found
  • nginx not accessible outside of Docker container
  • 'docker-compose pull' can't pull image that is pullable by 'docker'
  • docker pull appliedtrust/traildash
    

    on the VM and all it does is:

    Unable to find image 'appliedtrust/traildash' locally
    Pulling repository appliedtrust/traildash
    2015/03/16 12:40:38 Get https://index.docker.io/v1/repositories/appliedtrust/traildash/images: x509: certificate is valid for ssl7302.cloudflare.com, *.archeagemall.co
    m, *.astrubbank.com, *.billhr2847.com, *.dallasjuniorforum.org, *.goudportal.nl, *.habbinfo.info, *.hoistandcrane.com, *.jlfresno.org, *.jlknoxville.org, *.jlsantabarbara.org, *.jl
    wichita.org, *.jrleagueabilene.com, *.okaygoods.com, *.pbajf.org, *.stansberryonline.com, *.unfairmovie.com, *.usepnd.com, *.vaccineinjuryhelpcenter.com, archeagemall.com, astrubba
    nk.com, billhr2847.com, dallasjuniorforum.org, goudportal.nl, habbinfo.info, hoistandcrane.com, jlfresno.org, jlknoxville.org, jlsantabarbara.org, jlwichita.org, jrleagueabilene.co
    m, okaygoods.com, pbajf.org, stansberryonline.com, unfairmovie.com, usepnd.com, vaccineinjuryhelpcenter.com, not index.docker.io
    

    and then nothing, the container won’t actually start nor do I see any files pulled unless docker pulls the files into a different directory?

    What do I do to get this running?

  • Get memory limit in docker file?
  • Docker Registry REST API authorization
  • Jenkins Docker Plugin does not seem to be provisioning slave containers for Jenkins builds
  • stdout being buffered in docker container
  • Create Jenkins Docker Image with pre configured jobs
  • Create dynamic environment variables at build time in Docker
  • One Solution collect form web for “Docker pull or Docker run doesn't actually do anything”

    You doing everything right. But if you running it outside of EC2 (with IAM Role setted up), you have to explicitly pass AWS creds and optionally other parameters. For more information take a look at https://github.com/AppliedTrust/traildash#quickstart

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