I’m trying to enable my docker instance to build other docker images from a CI server. My agent spins up a container, and i have my macs docker.sock mounted into the container. /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock When inside the container and running as root, i am able to download and run containers: root@b6da92395273:/godata/pipelines# docker run helloworld 019300c8a437: Pull […]
I’m using Docker to build my application. I’m using pip to install the packages from requirements.txt but the package is not including in the build. FROM python:3.4 WORKDIR /app ADD . /app RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \ python3-pip python-pip\ cron \ unixodbc \ unixodbc-dev \ python3-dev \ python3-setuptools \ && rm -rf […]
I know that there is a LABEL available in Dockerfile. But I was wondering how to add additional labels to the image after it is built? Is this possible?
I understand that DockerFile ADD does not dereference symbolic links. But why not? This would be very useful. The discussion in the above-linked ticket does not really provide any substantial rationale.
I am trying to run unit tests through Docker for a directory monitor which reacts to file and directory creation, movement and renaming. Here is the script : #/bin/bash # Launch Redis server redis-server –daemonize yes # Start directory_observer python /test/directory_observer/src/directory_observer.py –config=/test/directory_observer/tests/directory_observer.ini & # Execute test script (operations in the folders) bash /test/directory_observer/tests/Dockerfile_testing/directory_observer_test_cases.sh # Run […]
I’m working on a docker file to create a custom workspace on Codenvy. When I create the workspace everything seems to install correctly but when the workspace open and I enter ruby -v I get: bash: ruby: command not found Same for rails: user@de98ec223612:/projects$ rails -v bash: rails: command not found If I type rvm […]
I’ve read lots for similar topics; For example this: Docker Compose wait for container X before starting Y etc. So, I’m trying to implement a wait for only using compose and health checks. I have only one docker-compose file. There is a section for the app and for test for this app. Test (service) can […]
I am working on Windows docker, trying to install plugins into my jenkins using docker scripts and make it ready for startup. On linux docker i used to install plugins like this RUN /usr/local/bin/plugins.sh /var/jenkins_home/plugins.txt is there any similar way in Windows docker?
I’m starting with Docker and in my opinion is great! Now I’m looking solution for this organization: Now I have this structure: Applications | +–app1 | | +–node_modules | | +–package.json | | +–… | +–app2 | | +–node_modules | | +–package.json | | +–… | …. | docker-compose.app1.yml | docker-compose.app2.yml | …. | Dockerfile […]
TL;DR: Do you use a deb/rpm/etc to add build products to a container or use ADD * / COPY * in the dockerfile? what are the benefits of using a deb file? There are multiple options for creating a custom docker container that includes your build products. I am wondering if there is any actual […]