[OFFICIAL] Official Docker Image


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Continuing the discussion from [OFFICIAL] New linux distributions (Debian, CoreOS, CentOS, Fedora, Arch Linux, …):

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New release: Docker (1.2) - 2014.10.24


Predecessor: Docker (1.2) - 2014.10.21 BETA


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[OFFICIAL] New linux distributions (Debian, CoreOS, CentOS, Fedora, Arch Linux, ...)
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Docker v1.3 / 1.3.1 please? :smiley:

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You can update docker by yourself using @XeonCore’s repository or @lalyos docker-based procedure.

We will add a script on the next image release to update docker using @xeoncore repository, but we will keep the ubuntu’s official package by default


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I’ve pushed Docker 1.3.2 to my repository now for anyone who would like to update the docker package that comes with the official docker image :slight_smile:


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New release: Docker (1.3.2) - 2014.12.03


Predecessor: Docker (1.2) - 2014.10.24


Changes:

  • Added fig, nsenter, pipework and gosu
  • Switched to new image builder system
  • Juju support
  • Server name in prompt
  • Bumped to Ubuntu Vivid 15.04
  • Default kernel is 3.17-119 with aufs support
  • Made image smaller, cleaner and easier to upgrade
  • Added /etc/ocs-release file with build information
  • Added a custom and dynamic motd (current kernel, internal/external ip addresses, attached volumes, uptime, load avg, build information, documentation links, docker information)
  • Added new packages: iotop, rsync, mosh, mg, sysstat, dbus, lsb-release, bash-completion, python-apt, python-yaml, iperf
  • Switched from nbd-client to xnbd-client (improved stability)
  • Latest version of Online Labs’ scripts
  • Latest Ubuntu Vivid (15.04) (see https://community.cloud.online.net/t/official-ubuntu-image/345/6?u=manfred)

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