On 2015-07-28 21:10, Benjamin Perrault wrote:
On Jul 28, 2015, at 6:55 PM, Larry Rosenman <l...@lerctr.org> wrote:

On 2015-07-28 20:44, Michael Dexter wrote:
On 7/28/15 1:17 PM, Kegan Myers wrote:
Make sure you have permissions. Docker isn't good at figuring out that you
need sudo or other permissions to talk to the socket.
Also, do make sure you are using a recent version of 11 CURRENT or a
10.2 BETA/RC. I do not know what errors will be thrown by older
versions of FreeBSD with Linux images, though they will support
FreeBSD images with some risk of ABI mismatch.
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I'm running absolutely top of tree.

borg.lerctr.org /home/ler $ sudo -s
borg.lerctr.org /home/ler # docker info
Get http:///var/run/docker.sock/v1.19/info: EOF. Are you trying to connect to a TLS-enabled daemon without TLS?
borg.lerctr.org /home/ler # ps auxw|grep docker
root 867 0.0 0.0 14412 2220 - Is 16:48 0:00.00 daemon: /usr/local/bin/docker[868] (daemon) root 868 0.0 0.0 38628 16116 - S 16:48 0:12.21 /usr/local/bin/docker -d -e jail -s zfs -g /usr/docker -D root 3544 0.0 0.0 18772 2548 0 S+ 20:54 0:00.00 grep docker
borg.lerctr.org /home/ler # uname -aKU
FreeBSD borg.lerctr.org 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #29 r285983: Tue Jul 28 16:15:05 CDT 2015 r...@borg.lerctr.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/VT-LER amd64 1100077 1100077
borg.lerctr.org /home/ler #

borg.lerctr.org /home/ler # pkg info docker-freebsd
Name           : docker-freebsd
Version        : 20150625
Installed on   : Wed Jul 22 11:17:21 CDT 2015
Origin         : sysutils/docker-freebsd
Architecture   : freebsd:11:x86:64
Prefix         : /usr/local
Categories     : sysutils
Licenses       : APACHE20
Maintainer     : kmo...@freebsd.org
WWW            : https://github.com/kvasdopil/docker
Comment        : Docker containment system
Annotations    :
Flat size      : 11.5MiB
Description    :
Docker is an open source project to pack, ship and run any
application as a lightweight container.

Docker containers are both hardware-agnostic and platform-agnostic.
This means they can run anywhere, from your laptop to the largest
EC2 compute instance and everything in between - and they don't
require you to use a particular language, framework or packaging
system. That makes them great building blocks for deploying and
scaling web apps, databases, and backend services without depending
on a particular stack or provider.

WWW: https://github.com/kvasdopil/docker

borg.lerctr.org /home/ler #

~20% of a few customers containers have had issues - from stability to
performance to bizarre behavior - but most of it is rather new stuff
based off CoreOS,  Ubuntu 15.x, Debian 8.1, etc. - with CoreOS showing
issue the most often. These all have VERY recent kernels, so it’s
likely missing ABI functionality in the emulation layer.

With that said - I’ve found that Ubuntu 12/14 LTS and Centos/RHEL 6.x
containers work great. Most Centos 7 ones we’ve tested also seem to be
okay - though later 7/7.1 have show high cpu usage and erratic network
performance. Once I have time, I might delve deeper into it - though
it’s not a huge priority at the moment.

Hopefully that was useful in some capacity.

You shouldn’t let poets lie to you.
        - Bjork
i docker info supposed to work from the HOST OS or in the container? I've been trying it from the Host OS.

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