On 1/9/20 4:17 PM, Dev Linux wrote:
I have a running container, and I wish to save it as an image,
specifying a startup script (bash script) when it is launched.
Inside the container, before saving to image, I have created a file:
The first line in /home/data/bin/run.sh is:
*I save the image with this command:*
*$podman commit --change "CMD=/home/data/bin/run.sh" <container_id>
Then I try to run the image, instantiating a container, and I get an
*/bin/sh: /bin/sh: cannot execute binary file*
I don't understand why it is using */bin/sh*. At the very top of my
*run.sh I have: #!/bin/bash*
I tried something slightly different, saving the image using the
following command, and I get the same error message:
*$podman commit --change "CMD=/bin/bash /home/data/bin/run.sh" $ID $NAME*
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
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I think the entrypoint is the issue.
You could try setting this as the entrypoint rather then the command.