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I have installed Podman version 3.0.1 on my Debian 10 system:
locadmin@pc4-pve:~$ podman -v
podman version 3.0.1
Based on the announcement regarding RESTful API here
<https://podman.io/blogs/2020/06/29/podman-v2-announce.html> I want to
have podman service in $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/podman/podman.sock.
However, there's 1 problem:
Directory /run/user/1000/podman and file podman.sock does not exist.
locadmin@pc4-pve:~$ ll /run/user/1000/
srw-rw-rw- 1 locadmin locadmin 0 Mar 14 11:25 bus
drwx------ 2 locadmin locadmin 40 Mar 14 11:28 containers
drwx------ 3 locadmin locadmin 60 Mar 14 11:28 dbus-1
drwx------ 2 locadmin locadmin 140 Mar 14 11:25 gnupg
drwx-----T 2 locadmin locadmin 40 Mar 14 11:28 libpod
srw-rw-rw- 1 locadmin locadmin 0 Mar 14 11:25 pk-debconf-socket
drwxr-xr-x 3 locadmin locadmin 100 Mar 14 11:28 systemd
Please advise how to fix this error.
I've been writting a client from scratch using the OpenAPI specifications,
here is some information others might find useful.
The specification contains incomplete or incorrect definitions.
Most of the definitions are missing the required field list, for example,
the SpecGenerator does not indicate that the image name is required.
And here is an example of an incorrect definition:
The definitions location is not always consistent. Most of them are in
the top level `definitions` map, but some are defined differently.
- ExecConfig is specified in the path body, instead of using
a schema reference.
- LibpodImagesPullResponse is defined in the `responses` map, but
it just references another definition, causing an extra indirection.
Some endpoints need custom logic, for example:
- container/attach upgrades the connection to a tcp stream using a
binary format (see util.go makeHTTPAttachHeader).
- container/logs returns a binary chunked stream.
- images/pull returns a raw list of json objects.
- exec/start returns a raw integer.
API versioning does not seem to be implemented,
and the current version number is unclear.
Thus, generating the client code using swagger-codegen does not
work well. Instead, I wrote a custom script to process and fix
the definitions one endpoint at a time. I was able to cover
a significant amount of the endpoints and you can see a preview of
the client here:
The notes from last weeks Podman Community meeting were posted
earlier today at:
https://podman.io/community/meeting/notes/2021-03-02/. Included at the
top of that page is a link to the BlueJeans Recording.
Our next meeting is Tuesday April 6, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern
(UTC-4). We've shifted it to the early evening US East Coast time to
hopefully let some of the Asia Pacific folks attend at a more palatable
Also one last reminder for the Container Plumbing Conference that
starts tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. Eastern (UTC-5) and then again on Wednesday
at the same time. We had issues with the registration showing "full"
last week, but that has since been fixed. If you've not registered, I
hope you do! https://containerplumbing.org/
Next Tuesday March 9th and Wednesday March 10th from 9:30 a.m. to
2:00 p.m. Eastern (UTC-5), the first ever Container Plumbing Days
Conference will be happening. It's free to attend, all virtual, and
we'll be using the hopin conferencing system. If you've attended one of
the DevConf conferences lately, it's the same system that they use.
The schedule of talks is up here
(https://containerplumbing.org/schedule) and we've a wide range of
speakers and topics. Again, registration if free and you can do so on
this page: https://containerplumbing.org/register
Hope to see a bunch of you there!
I’m having trouble setting up a macvlan. I created my config under
/etc/cni/net.d and can successfully start my continater with the macvlan
However, when I exec into the container, it has no network access to
anything except itself. I apologize, I'm new to podman. I need to be able
to ssh into other hosts(jenkins nodes) to run tests. I am unable to use
the host network due to other requirements.
Any help would be appreciated. here is my macvlan config:
We held the March Podman Community Meeting earlier today and in
case you missed it, the video is up for replay at:
https://bluejeans.com/s/w9MNLQGTmf3 It was a jam packed agenda with
some really great demos on krunvm and tent.
I'm working on the notes from the meeting now and will add a link
to the video there once they are posted on podman.io. I'll also include
approximate start times inside the notes if you want to peruse that way
later. However, I may not get those posted for a few days, so thought
I'd send out this video link.
Thanks to all who attended and hope to see some new faces at the
Tuesday April 6, 2021 meeting as that will be held at 8:00 p.m. Eastern
(UTC-4) to try and make it a bit more friendly to the folks in the Asia
Hi. I might miss something obvious - I don't have deep knowledge about
containers, however, trying to migrate my docker-in-docker image
building CI job to buildah, I've encountered the following problem.
My image should be tagged with its real version and in addition with a
special marker tag (such as "devel" or "stable" or "latest"). It seems
to be a common practice with images. While in docker, I could just call:
> docker build -t "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$VERSION" -t "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$MARKER_TAG"
> docker push $CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE"
with buildah, it is more problematic as I cannot use multiple tags on
push (--all-tags switch has been also abandoned).
> buildah bud -t "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$VERSION" -t "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$MARKET_TAG"
> buildah push "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$VERSION" "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$VERSION"
> buildah push "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$MARKET_TAG" "$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$MARKET_TAG"
but while "buildah images --digests" shows the same digest for those two
tags, in the remote repository (GitLab CI container repository) these
tags have two different digests (also both differ from the local one). I
suspect there could be something changed in the manifest.
Q. How can I have one image (with one digests) tagged multiple times in
a container repository using buildah?
buildah version 1.18.0 (image-spec 1.0.1-dev, runtime-spec 1.0.2-dev) on
P.S. I've seen https://github.com/containers/buildah/issues/2034, but I
don't know if it is related.