ENV_1 os version : Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS (Focal Fossa) kernel version : 5.4.0-73-generic podman version : podman version 3.2.3 First i use podman to pull a image from harbor then i exec into the container and open ssh server by manual the ssh port is listening # podman pull xxx:v1 # podman run -itd -p ..
currently, i have two containers: A and B A houses a fastapi called fapi_publish –port 8003 B houses a fastapi called fapi_oauth –port 8004 both can have POST requests made to them, individually. and also GET requests at different entrypoints. so, they definitely work. i can make those POST requests from within my server (using ..
I am trying to use podman (version: 3.2.3) to login to a private docker registry. I am using the default VM installed when doing podman machine init The certificate (i.e. .pem file) is installed in macOS’s keychain. When I run: podman login myhost.io After entering my username and password, I get: Error: authenticating creds for ..
I want to set-up an nginx with php-fpm for running a symfony. To do that I create a pod call webservice : podman pod create –name webservice -p 8080:80 And I launch a php-fpm : podman run -ti –name php7 –pod webservice –volume ~/samus/bare-data/php:/usr/local/etc/php/php.ini –volume ~/samus/bare-data/www:/var/www/html:rw docker.io/library/php:7.4-fpm-alpine And finally a nginx : podman run -ti ..
I’m trying to use podman in a wsl2 environment. SO far I’ve installed podman within the WSL2 Ubuntu 20.04 image and it all "seems" to be working. However, one issue I am having is using the local registry. I’ve not done anything special to the configuration of podman, so it is "out of the box", ..
I am doing some proof of concept work using Nomad to orchestrate several different containers running on RHEL 8 hosts using Podman. I am using the Nomad Podman driver to execute my containers using Podman. I have shared state in the form of an Elasticsearch data directory that I mount into /usr/share/elasticsearch/data. I initially tried ..
I have been trying to create a Grafana container on my Tumbleweed server using Podman. I used NetworkManager instead of wickedd on this server. I of course published port 3000 when I ran the container: sudo podman run -d -p 3000:3000 –name=grafana_hub -v grafana-storage:/var/lib/grafana grafana/grafana and whitelisted the port in firewalld: sudo firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-port=3000/tcp ..
In an effort to apply the MLOps "shift left" approach I switched from virtual environments to containers for each project. The thing is, that I want to take a record of the R packages’ version that I use, so that when I build my container from a Dockerfile I have a container with al the ..
i had a container that i built into an image, and compressed into a .tar.gz with a different name. so, my image was postgres/db:1 – and i saved it as pga.tar.gz in my respository. i am trying to use github actions to get it into my digital ocean registry. it seems like the unzip worked..but ..
My docker-compose which I am running on podman runtime is not assigning IP addresses to my containers. When I try hitting nginx from outside of server, It is saying connection refused. But, I launch the container without compose, It is working fine. All my containers in compose are connecting to same network. Source: Docker..