I am trying to run Envoyproxy using podman.
I have tried running the application in rootful and rootless mode but in
either of these I get the same error.
As mentioned in the Envoyproxy's documentation, I run the following command:
podman run -d -p 10000:10000 envoyproxy/envoy:v1.15.0
However, the container exits and the logs show following errors:
chown: changing ownership of '/dev/stdout': Permission denied
chown: changing ownership of '/dev/stderr': Permission denied
This is the complete output returned from podman logs.
The same error is not present when I switch from v1.15.0 to v1.14.4 of
I am out of my wits about this. Please tell me how I should find a solution.
We only use Podman in our infrastructure.
Here are some more details that might be helpful:
* `uname -r`: 5.6.5-300.fc32.x86_64
* `rpm -qa conmon`: conmon-2.0.19-1.fc32.x86_64
* `cat /etc/os-release`
VERSION="32 (Cloud Edition)"
PRETTY_NAME="Fedora 32 (Cloud Edition)"
I have installed podman on my macOS Catalina laptop using 'brew cask install podman' and can see that I have v2.0.3 installed.
$ podman -v
podman version 2.0.3
From what I read, the macOS podman is a remote client, but I can't find consistent directions on how to setup/configure the macOS client to reference a remote podman node. I have both RHEL7.7 (podman version 1.6.4) and RHEL8.0 (podman version 1.9.3) VMs where I can ssh as root.
Can someone please point me to info about how to setup my macOS podman client to use either of my RHEL podman nodes?
Thanks in advance for any help!
I want to use the new v2 remote client for macOS, but currently the latest version of podman that I can get for my RHEL VMs is 1.9.3. Scott mentioned above that it will be RHEL8.3 (November timeframe) before that’s available in the standard yum repos.
I’m trying to configure all this so I can continue work on our operators for IBM cloudpak work. Is there a way I can get access to podman v2 for RHEL8 now, other than building it myself?
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