Just try: ENTRYPOINT service ssh restart && bash in your dockerfile, it works fun for me! more details here: How to automatically start a service when running a docker container?
Update 2019-01-31, thanks to ru10’s update, now there is a better way: screen ~/Library/Containers/com.docker.docker/Data/vms/0/tty Original Answer: After a while, I found following way to get a shell of the VM that was created by HyperKit: Run from terminal: screen ~/Library/Containers/com.docker.docker/Data/com.docker.driver.amd64-linux/tty You will see an empty screen, then type enter, you will get a login prompt. … Read more
You can use: docker-compose up –abort-on-container-exit Which will stop all containers if one of your containers stops
For Docker >= 1.10 see this PR, which follows standard chroot exit codes: 125: docker run itself fails 126: contained command cannot be invoked 127: if contained command cannot be found 128 + n Fatal error signal n: 130 = (128+2) Container terminated by Control-C 137 = (128+9) Container received a SIGKILL 143 = (128+15) … Read more
As Charles mentions, by default all can be used, or you can limit it per container using the –cpuset-cpus parameter. docker run –cpuset-cpus=”0-2″ myapp:latest That would restrict the container to 3 CPU’s (0, 1, and 2). See the docker run docs for more details. The preferred way to limit CPU usage of containers is with … Read more
You can use the –restart=unless-stopped option, as @Shibashis mentioned, or update the restart policy (this requires docker 1.11 or newer); See the documentation for docker update and Docker restart policies. docker update –restart=no my-container that updates the restart-policy for an existing container (my-container)
To show only running containers use the given command: docker ps To show all containers use the given command: docker ps -a To show the latest created container (includes all states) use the given command: docker ps -l To show n last created containers (includes all states) use the given command: docker ps -n=-1 To … Read more
First, let clarify the difference between celery library (which you get with pip install or in your setup.py) and celery worker – which is the actual process that dequeue tasks from the broker and handle them. Of course you might wanna have multiple workers/processes (for separating different task to a different worker – for example). … Read more
docker.sock is the UNIX socket that Docker daemon is listening to. It’s the main entry point for Docker API. It also can be TCP socket but by default for security reasons Docker defaults to use UNIX socket. Docker cli client uses this socket to execute docker commands by default. You can override these settings as … Read more
You can specify the arguments directly in your docker-compose file: node1: build: context: node1 args: ADMIN_USERNNAME: weblogic1 ADMIN_PASSWORD: weblogic1 ADMIN_NAME: admin1 image: node1 container_name: node1 See a full example: MWE The official docs (legacy v3 here) have all detail.