Here's the answer to why submounts aren't read-only despite the ro-flag: https://www.reddit.com/r/docker/comments/d83fp7/subfolders_of_readonly_volume_are_writeable/f18ldrg?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x This is a follow-up to this one: https://www.reddit.com/r/docker/comments/d7b797/container_writes_to_readonly_mounted_volume/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x I'm running a jellyfin docker container. My drives are all mounted into subfolders under /media on the host: $ lsblk NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINTsda 8:0 0 931,5G 0 disk ├─sda1 ..
Hi guys! So this might be a dumb question but I've used docker-compose for a longer while now but always stumble upon same problem and I guess its related to source docker images. Seems like some can mount as regular user and some don't. Can I do something on docker-compose.yml file or something to get ..
Docker is a new form of Software Containerization in the field of IT. It is an open-source container service designed to facilitate applications deployment inside the software containers. https://www.tutorialandexample.com/docker-interview-questions-and-answers submitted by /u/deepak-kumar-singh [link] [comments] Sour..
I’m now trying to develope monitoring tools like Zabbix, Ceilometer to aggregate resource usage in go-lang. But It’s hard to find books or docs about developing monitoring agent. There’s just book about learning or managing cloud platform or docker. Please recommend docs or books about developing monitoring tool to monitor resource usage about docker container ..
Hi all, I'm completely new in this space and in need of some advice. So far all I've done in this space is reading up on this topic, as work has asked me to build a container infrastructure. I've also been told that Rancher will be the OS to run Docker on. We currently run ..
Can someone clarify this command to me, I'm new to docker and I just need a bit of clarification on some things docker run –name kitana -v kitana_data:/app/data -d -p 0.0.0.0:31337:31337 pannal/kitana:latest -B 0.0.0.0:31337 This command will run a docker container called kitana -v is the volume option but I am not sure as to ..
Hopefully this is the right place I have a Ubuntu 18.04 Desktop LTS Host with Virtualbox 16.04. One of the VM's is running Ubuntu 18.04 Server LTS. I have guest additions installed on the VM. After following a tutorial ( https://gist.github.com/estorgio/0c76e29c0439e683caca694f338d4003 ) on how to mount a shared folder & make it permanent. I finally ..
I have created a simple asp.net core web app with docker support and VS automatically created a dockerfile with ENTRYPOINT and when I run using VS it works correctly. but where is the docker run command in Visual studio? and when I create a docker.compose it works correctly but where is the docker-compose up command ..
I am so very confused. I have created a swarm with two stacks, one for services and one for our apps. What I'm seeing is that the ports are open from the outside –> in, but not within the Docker network. All of our services are failing to start because they can't reach their siblings. ..
I want to migrate harbor content which runs by docker-compose to another VM,I don’t want to replicated /data/ directory, it’s too big, so I copy /data/database directory to another VM, harbor dashboard only shows projects, so it didn’t migrate images and their tags. Obviously, I didn’t copy it completely, but I didn’t know what directory ..