When I execute a script with the su command from an entrypoint bash script in a docker container, the PID change (the new PID is different from 1) and no kill signal can be trapped. This command works well on my host machine (debian) : # Here I am root su user1 -s ‘./user.sh’ I ..
I have an alpine running container which contains some binaries in usr/local/bin When I ls the content of usr/local/bin I got this output : /usr/local/bin # ls dwg2SVG dwg2dxf dwgadd dwgbmp dwgfilter dwggrep dwglayers dwgread dwgrewrite dwgwrite dxf2dwg dxfwrite Which is what I expected. However if I execute one of these binaries by calling it ..
I’ve run below command docker run -v /f:/zim -w /f:/zim -it openzim/zim-tools:latest zimdump dump –dir=/f:/zim/html /f:/zim/wikipedia_en.zim and it returns an error Exception: error 2 opening file "wikipedia_en.zim. I’m sure that the file wikipedia_en.zim has path F:zimwikipedia_en.zim. To investigate this error, I first run docker run -v /f:/zim -w /f:/zim -it openzim/zim-tools:latest sh and get C:UsersAkira>docker ..
I have a script that runs on clean Ubuntu machines and installs Docker in order to pull some images. However, since it requires the container registry’s username/password for docker login before pulling, I want to validate that the authentication will work before I proceed with the Docker installation, so the user wouldn’t have to run ..
what i am trying to do is remove all images and only keep last two images of every build. i have almost achieved this but i am getting some docker rmi error although the script successfully removed images which i don’t need. also if there is a way to make it more precise or clean ..
I have a docker image that runs a bash script for form submission with curl in a webserver, and I call it like this: docker run –rm -v /your/data/dir:/data docker_image_name bash -c "/path/to/script" I have been doing some tests with an "external" bash script, where this docker image is called. The image by itself runs ..
I’m on centOS 7 trying to run the following on a running docker (v19) container. I’m using python3.6.4, using subprocess.Popen: command = f’docker exec -it 112233443322 bash -c "source /path/to/venv/activate && python3 -m commands.here…" Popen(command.split(), stdout=PIPE, stderr=STDOUT) The error I’m getting is: Error: b’path/to/venv/activate: -c: line0: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `"’rn/path/to/venv/activate: -c: line ..
My existing shell script is trying to: Start a docker, Change the permission of the Python file in it, Run that while looped (streaming) python job in docker (Not wait for it), Run a python job outside (in the local machine) which will feed data to the docker python job for which it waits. #!/bin/bash ..
I want to create a client certificate for Kubernetes manually for learning purposes (i.e., not by sending a CSR request to Kubernetes API). I have extracted kube-ca.pem and kube-ca-key.pem from a control-plane node (and renamed them to kube-ca.crt and kube-ca.key). I create the client certificate using the following commands: openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes ..
I have a pom.xml file which I managed to use the above command to extract and assign data to a variable. The data is extracted form <version>1.1.99-THIRD-PARTY-CARD-SNAPSHOT</version> Tested locally and it works fine When I do the same inside my Dockerfile, the variable is not assigned to anything i.e its blank What is the behavior ..