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From Niels Ejrnæs <Niels.Ejrn...@enghouse.com>
Subject RE: Running Ignite Cluster using Docker containers
Date Fri, 09 Aug 2019 15:28:53 GMT

We're testing out Ignite and are running them in Docker as well. It's a bit tricky to get
to work.
Keep in mind that referencing localhost inside a docker container is pointing them against
their internal address. Not the host address of your machine. So that's why they aren't discovering

There are some options I can suggest:
  1. Create a docker network and attach your containers to this network. Then you can add
them to your addresses list by their container name. This is what we are currently doing.
  2. Run them with --network host. Then you can use "localhost" as this will now be your host
machine. In my opinion it kinda defeats the point of running it on Docker, but this is where
I have had the best results.

Best regards
Niels Elkjær Ejrnæs
Software Developer R&D

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From: vitalys <vitaly.selivanov@prudential.com> 
Sent: 8. august 2019 20:22
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Subject: RE: Running Ignite Cluster using Docker containers

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