from Azure we try to create container using the Azure Container Instances with prepared YAML. From the machine where we execute az container create command we can login successfully to our private registry (e.g private.dev) after entering password docker login private.dev -u svc-faselect Login succeeded We have YAML file for deploy, and trying to create ..
I am new to working with containers, and was doing the docker/vscode tutorial (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/docker/tutorials/deploy-to-cloud). The following issue has arisen during deployment (Step 9 of tutorial): Containers deployed to Azure Cloud Instances do not show up in the sidebar. Instead it says: "Failed to connect. Is Docker running?" and "Error: 14 UNAVAILABLE: No connection established" This ..
we need to deploy ACI – Azure Container Instance in private virtual network. We followed the example and prepared YAML file from this link. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/container-instances/container-instances-vnet So now we need to execute before that our command: az container create –resource-group myResourceGroup –file vnet-deploy-aci.yaml in that yaml we are referencing our image, similarly like from the above ..
is it possible to somehow mount volume from Azure File Share during the creation process of ACI instance within the Azure Portal directly in "Container Instances"? Or mount volume must be embedded within the image or referenced to container solely through the "az" commands? Thank you Source: Docker..
I’m trying to use Azure Container Instances (ACI) with docker. I’m meant to log in at first. I tried using this command docker login azure After putting in my username and password Username: [email protected] Password: I get this error Error response from daemon: Get https://azure/v2/: dial tcp: lookup azure: Temporary failure in name resolution My ..
I’ve trained a model and deployed it to ACI using Azure ML studio. It works as expected. Now I want to download the docker image and use it in my local environment. Is it possible to download the image using CLI? Source: Docker..
I have a TCP server that listens to clients requests. It works without any issues when running it and executing the requests on a local environment. The server is deployed in Azure Container Instances using Docker. I have been troubleshooting and the socket.accept() is returning a None object when running in a Docker image (both ..
I’d like to run a .NET Framework (4.8) console app on Azure Container Instances. Starting from https://github.com/microsoft/dotnet-framework-docker/tree/master/samples/dotnetapp If I create the ACI directly: az container create –resource-group mygroup –name nethowdy –image mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/framework/samples:dotnetapp –restart-policy Never –os-type Windows … it runs as expected – i.e., it completes successfully, and the output is correct: az container logs –resource-group ..
when doing a docker compose up of a multi container app, I get an error about my volumes definition: services.volumes Additional property nginx is not allowed. in my docker-compose.yaml, I defined the volumes as prescribed by docker: https://docs.docker.com/engine/context/aci-integration/#using-azure-file-share-as-volumes-in-aci-containers. my docker-compose.yaml: version: ‘3.4’ services: nginx: image: nginx container_name: nginx restart: always volumes: – nginxdata/conf.d:/etc/nginx/conf.d – nginx/basic_auth:/etc/nginx/basic_auth ..
I have an old legacy application listening to some tcp ports and written in visual c++ and strictly bound to run on windows. On Prem the application is running fine within a windows server core container. But now I have to deploy this container to azure. Azure in turn does not support windows container to ..