I am trying to create a locally accessible Docker private registry using the official image located at: https://hub.docker.com/_/registry I am on a Debian 10 (Buster) VPS. I followed the official instructions: https://docs.docker.com/registry/deploying/#run-a-local-registry Started the container using: docker run -d -p 5000:5000 –restart=always –name registry registry:2 Tried to tag and push an image: docker pull ubuntu:16.04 ..
In general I’m deploying some services on its own docker network. Also there is sidecar container per service/network which going to expose service network to VPN clients. (there is no kubernetes involved) In my experiments I’d like to expose docker network 192.168.31.0/24 to all VPN clients via sidecar container (192.168.31.3) As a result at the ..
I hope you can help. I had an old docker image that was configured for networking exposing port 8082. I am using this image as my base image to created a new container but I can’t seem to get rid of the old networking settings. The 8082 ports are not specified in my new Dockerfile ..
I’m having a situation where I have to use the host networking mode for a container because this container has to expose a big number of ports (in the range of thousands) for streaming connections to clients. Using the normal networking mode would make the container initialization very slow because of Docker’s proxy/NAT. However I ..
I am looking for a tool that allows to test a distributed Erlang program by simulating network failures and network splits. Docker seemed to me the best way to accomplish this because of the features that it offers and I had a look to the tools that allow one to mess with the network. I ..
I have an application set up to use a docker container but it needs to consume a resource that is behind my host OS (windows) through a VPN. At the moment I can use curl through PHP on my host to connect to the API and get data, however when I try the same curl ..
I have the following setup : 3 docker containers which two of them communicate with each other (I can see through my host that they are using a specific port for communication) I want to sniff their packets through the third container knowing that I am root on this third container and I can ping ..
I am trying to Dockerize, on my Ubuntu machine, a project consisting of: Backend: Symfony + MySQL Frontend: Vue.js Landing: A regular HTML/CS/JS landing page These three sub-projects lives in separated repositories. I started with the Backend, and managed to getting it working. Here is my docker-compose.yml version: ‘3.7’ services: database: container_name: database image: mysql:8.0 ..
I have Ubuntu 18.04 hosted on my Windows machine by Oracle VM. I have 4 Pods running with address 10.5.0.6-8 with docker internal networking in Ubuntu. Ubuntu is aware of all the IPs and I can reach to individual application using curl within Ubuntu, but when I do the curl from Windows it can not ..
Question How to run a local Docker private registry in minikube while using the docker driver? (–driver=docker) The issue Connection refused when pushing images to private registry docker push docker-registry.kubemaster.me/docker-cats:latest # Results The push refers to repository [docker-registry.kubemaster.me/docker-cats] Get http://docker-registry.kubemaster.me/v2/: dial tcp 127.0.0.1:80: connect: connection refused My Setup Minikube on Windows WSL2 using minikube’s docker ..