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I am trying to execute a command in a docker container with new docker plugin but it doesn't work.
This is the code that I am trying to execute:
rule: my test
This is the exit:
Launching command: docker exec youthful_mclean pwd
STARTING remote script @localhost: 'docker exec youthful_mclean pwd '
Warning: Permanently added 'localhost' (ECDSA) to the list of known hosts.
Error running command docker exec youthful_mclean pwd
Error in rulebook (run): Error running task * docker_task *: Error: Error running task * Docker Task *: Error running command docker exec youthful_mclean pwd
Can you help me?
Finally I solved it. It seems apparently docker wasn't installed correctly although it was installed via yum automatically. So, I uninstalled it, cleaned up user and group, added docker repos to the system, then installed docker-ce instead, and added clarive to docker group. Now it works, both from clarive enviroment and directly on centos commando line.
Thanks a lot and kind regards.
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I am trying to compile a maven project in a docker container. I need to copy a file called settings.xml in to folder named .m2 each time I run mvn.
Example: mkdir /home/clarive/.m2 && cp /clarive/mgnl/repo/mgnl-parent-ie/settings.xml
How I can do this in a more efficient way? Is there a way I define a persistant volume in clarive rulebook so I don't need to copy files each time?