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From Tim St Clair <tstcl...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Mesos 0.20.1 still using -net=host when launching Docker containers
Date Wed, 01 Oct 2014 21:25:50 GMT
inline below - 

> From: "Andy Grove" <andy.grove@codefutures.com>
> To: user@mesos.apache.org
> Sent: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 2:47:54 PM
> Subject: Mesos 0.20.1 still using -net=host when launching Docker containers

> Hi,

> I'm making better progress but have run into another issue that I need help
> tracking down.

> I've actually packaged up my code in a github repo now and will be writing up
> a tutorial on this once I have everything working.

> https://github.com/codefutures/mesos-docker-tutorial

> The README.md contains instructions on running the framework.

> I can use this to start a single instance of the fedora/apache container but
> when I try and run multiple instances the first one works but the other
> containers start and then fail pretty quickly.

> I tracked down the error information in the sandbox and the other containers
> are failing with "cannot bind to port 80" so it looks like the containers
> are being launched with host networking (-net=host). I thought this was one
> of the issues that was fixed in 0.20.1. Do I have to do something to enable
> containerized networking?

It's still HOST by default, you'll need to specify network=BRIDGE in the DockerInfo iirc.


Cheers, 
Tim 

> Thanks,

> Andy.

> --
> Andy Grove
> VP Engineering
> CodeFutures Corporation

-- 
Cheers, 
Timothy St. Clair 
Red Hat Inc. 

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