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[Bug 1016992] Virtualization:containers/docker: Bug
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  • Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2017 01:46:34 +0000
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--- Comment #9 from Jim Henderson <hendersj@xxxxxxxxx> ---
Created attachment 708157
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(In reply to Aleksa Sarai from comment #8)
I've not had problems upgrading before, and preserving the existing
containers is a *must* - I don't want to have to recreate my containers when
I upgrade (and in the past, I haven't had to do that).

Sorry, I was thinking "out loud". I didn't mean to alarm you, I was just
thinking of reasons why you might get such a weird error message (it doesn't
make sense because our setup was never in a state where you would get that

No problem - I wasn't alarmed, just agreeing that that would be a poor design
decision. :)

v | docker | package | 1.12.5-171.1
| x86_64 | Virtualization:containers

I just manually extracted this version and it looks like it should have all
the necessary fixes.

I show the version in the repo as being dated Dec 21, 2016. See the below link
for the details:

I'm also currently using the same package source
(though I'm on Tumbleweed) and everything works... Can you please provide
the following:

1. The *exact* error message you get (and what command caused it).

Indicated in my comment of 2016-12-31 20:00:49 UTC. Just trying to start the
container, and the error message is copied from the terminal window.

2. The contents of /etc/sysconfig/docker and

/etc/sysconfig/docker looks to be the default file. It has a DOCKER_OPTS=""
line in it, and the rest is commented out.

/usr/lib/systemd/system/docker.service is as included in the RPM - no changes
(RPM -Vv shows it is the stock file).

3. The logs from docker (journalctl -u docker.service).

I'll attach the log as a message. The relevant entries will be from 17:36
onwards on Jan 1, 2017 (prior to that, I was running 1.12.3 from the standard
update repo).

4. Whether there is a symlink called /usr/bin/docker-runc and what it points

There is:

lamuella:~ # ls -l /usr/bin/docker-runc
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 12 Jan 1 17:36 /usr/bin/docker-runc -> ../sbin/runc

It would be very useful if you remember modifying any of the above files.

I've not made any changes to the configuration - everything is stock.

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