I have a consul docker image which is a part of a docker-compose environment. I have to run the command consul acl bootstrap inside the docker container, I believe mentionining it in command or entrypoint will override the default commands set for consul, how do I execute it in addition to the default commands? Source: ..
I have a docker container running on Linux VM which is writing the log files inside a directory in container – Log directory in container – opt/log Default permission of log files which are getting created is 600 (-rw——-).Here there is no read permission assigned to group. We have volume mounted this folder on host ..
There is a serial device which I get access through ACL which can be seen on the host OS: [email protected]:~$ getfacl /dev/ttyUSB3 getfacl: Removing leading ‘/’ from absolute path names # file: dev/ttyUSB3 # owner: root # group: dialout user::rw- user:fgervais:rw- group::rw- mask::rw- other::— I then map it in a container: docker run –rm -it ..
This is with OpenShift Container Platform 4.3. Consider this Dockerfile. FROM eclipse-mosquitto # Create folders USER root RUN mkdir -p /mosquitto/data /mosquitto/log # mosquitto configuration USER mosquitto # This is crucial to me COPY –chown=mosquitto:mosquitto ri45.conf /mosquitto/config/mosquitto.conf EXPOSE 1883 And, this is my Deployment YAML. apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: mosquitto-broker spec: selector: matchLabels: ..
I want to set the default acl for some folders when building a docker image using setfacl but it has no effect. The default acl is unchanged. My aim is that every file that is created in /opt must have rwX permissions for any user, as the image will be run with an arbitrary uid ..