On Tue, May 03, 2016 at 09:27:44PM +0000, Hosakote Nagesh, Pawan wrote:
> Our apps are running in a docker image based on Ubuntu 14.04 that cannot be 
> changed to redhat. We want to install freeipa-clietn within this docker so 
> that our app
> Uses freeipa ldap as against default ldap.
> 
> The freeipa-client gets successfully installed in Ubuntu 14.04 plain machine, 
> that why is why I am hoping making it run in a Ubun14.04 docker should also 
> be very much possible.
> 
> As you can see the things get stuck in not starting bus process properly(this 
> problem is not seen in ubuntu on plain machine). I cannot see much debug 
> statements by enabling —debug option in ipa-client-install.
> Its not clear why this process doesn’t get started and what is missing in 
> container as against plain machine which is making this install fail.
> 
> I am on to this issue for 2 full days now. I am pasting whatever debug 
> statements I got during install, here:
> 
> Command
> —————
> ipa-client-install —domain=<ourdoamin> —server= <ourserver> 
> hostname=jupyterhub.com --no-ntp --no-dns-sshfp
> 
> 
> 
> Log (After Error starts to happen)
> —————
> Attached
> 
> My main suspect is dbus service unable to start in this container where it 
> launches on a plain machine.

Certainly.

What steps did you take to make dbus startable in the container? Do
you have the dbus package installed?

-- 
Jan Pazdziora
Senior Principal Software Engineer, Identity Management Engineering, Red Hat

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