My docker build is failing when trying to download/install tools from internet. Whereas from host machine those commands work properly. RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y python3 I saw some suggestions saying DNS might be a problem inside docker container so I printed contents of /etc/resolv.conf inside Dockerfile which were same as the host. ..
Running docker build with below mentioned docker file on jenkins master (linux) is giving me error. How can i resolve this issue ? FROM maven:3.6.3-adoptopenjdk-11 RUN apt-get update -y I checked many posts before writing this and this is what i have tried so far but nothing worked: Replaced "archive.ubuntu.com" with "us.archive.ubuntu.com" in /etc/apt/sources.list Replaced ..
I am creating docker image using google’s Jib maven plugin, image gets created successfully and backend services are working fine but my webapp folder is not part of that image. Before jib i was creating a zip containing everything (including webapp folder in the root of that zip along with executable jar) which was working ..
Is it possible to see the dockerfile jib creates behind the scenes ? If yes then where and how can i locate it ? Context – I am bit familiar with docker file and want to make sure the docker file that gets generated has everything required for my app to run successfully. Source: Docker ..
I am using windows 10 enterprise version and i have tested docker hello world web app it works just fine. Dockerfile FROM adoptopenjdk/openjdk11:latest WORKDIR /app COPY ./ ./ EXPOSE 3000 CMD [“java”, “-jar”, “app.jar”] These are the steps i followed: cd to directory where docker file is kept docker build . docker run -d -p ..