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Contributor LK4D4 commented Jun 17, 2015 @darknigh In 1.7 you will be available to disable it with --userland-proxy=false. It was a problem in the single_node list file and the hostname of the instance, which varies everytime you start a new Amazon instance and was causing the problem, now I Please give it a try with docker 1.12.0 or newer. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. have a peek here

I did not default the case where -p 1-10 would imply -p 1-10:1-10 Contributor unclejack commented Mar 6, 2015 @Jaykah Can you check how many docker proxy instances are started? A large range of ports (ie. ~ 1000 ports) needs to be exposed. Contributor andreasscherbaum commented Aug 26, 2016 New installations will still run into this problem. ERROR. [[email protected] ~]$ grep "^[a-Z]" gpinitsystem_config ARRAY_NAME="EMC Greenplum DW" SEG_PREFIX=gpseg PORT_BASE=40000 declare -a DATA_DIRECTORY=(/data01/gpdata /data01/gpdata) MASTER_DIRECTORY=/data01/gpdata MASTER_PORT=1999 TRUSTED_SHELL=ssh CHECK_POINT_SEGMENTS=16 ENCODING=UTF-8 MACHINE_LIST_FILE=/home/postgres/host [[email protected] ~]$ cat host [[email protected] ~]$ ssh

With the announcement that we will no longer support RHEL6 in future releases, I suspect this default will change. Member crosbymichael commented Sep 9, 2016 @afr1983 for your usecase, i would suggest --net host and just have that specific container have access to the hosts network interfaces. Docker version is 1.9.1 (build a34a1d5). wimh commented Jan 9, 2016 @vincentsiu Regarding the example iptables rules from darknigh's at #11185 (comment); You need to adjust the iptables rules to your requirements.

ERROR: Cannot start container fb31227048afdc3270f32e07dfb8550942db22d5708aa76dbe34702f0979c259: failed to create endpoint relaydocker_relay_1 on network bridge: iptables failed: iptables --wait -t nat -A DOCKER -p tcp -d 0/0 --dport 10893 -j DNAT --to-destination Member thaJeztah commented Dec 31, 2015 ping @aboch @mavenugo perhaps you have some thoughts on this? Reload to refresh your session. Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox.

Reload to refresh your session. Contributor LK4D4 commented Apr 3, 2015 @MiLk It spawns whole docker binary on each port :) Contributor cpuguy83 commented Apr 3, 2015 This might be good to make only 1 docker-proxy deitch commented Dec 31, 2015 The nice thing is that we don't need to be smart about calculating "the user opened 2000, 2001, 2002, .... 2100" and convert it into a There's only 1 container, so Docker-compose is over-kill, but it is used currently nonetheless.

jessfraz added the system/networking label Jul 10, 2015 maxhawkins commented Jul 13, 2015 Did this make it into 1.7? But this will break inter-container communication :( Jaykah commented Mar 11, 2015 Thanks guys! @LK4D4 so I assume I have to change that to: func (p *proxyCommand) Start() error { return If there's a way to disable the proxy that seems like the way to go - unfortunately I'm not familiar enough with Go to do it myself. digoal commented Jan 24, 2016 Thanks @pivotal-todd-ritchie , GP works now follow your solution.

On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 5:24 PM, zqxjjj [email protected] wrote: Yeah, I meet this problem too. — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #197 (comment). raszi commented Sep 13, 2016 • edited What I am experiencing is that the docker-proxy is leaking when it is mapping a UDP port at least that is the case with My guess - semctl() returned invalid argument implies that the semaphore created by a postgres process was cleaned up somehow. I'm getting "flag not found" when I run with --userland-proxy=false on 1.7. @maxhawkins yes, it's in 1.7.

Also, perhaps you are able to answer this; It would seem logical to combine those ranges when applied to iptables into something like: --dports 30000:40000, and afaik we do not need mavenugo assigned aboch and unassigned mrjana Sep 9, 2016 mavenugo added this to the 1.13.0 milestone Sep 9, 2016 Contributor aboch commented Sep 13, 2016 Regarding the userland proxy memory usage livesoftplock commented May 24, 2016 I agree with this thread. I need to publish a large range of port and it will start a lot of docker-proxy instances.

Docker should change iptable policy to not overload iptables. If not, run "yum install ed" as root to install it. And of course remove the -p 30000-31000:30000-31000 from the docker command line. Check This Out It works !!

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deitch commented Jan 13, 2016 with userland-proxy you get a mess of iptables rules and processes.

Contributor unclejack commented Apr 3, 2015 @cpuguy83 I disagree, the only acceptable and proper solution is the complete removal (disabled and deleted from the code) of the user land proxy. But it's inconvenient in some cases like you may have to put the host IP and/or port range in the container config files. Contributor pwaller commented Apr 24, 2016 I learned that docker does set docker0.route_localnet=1 when you specify --userland-proxy=false, but it still runs a userland proxy for localhost. However, after follow the instructions for the installation and each recommendation, when I launch the gpinitsystem command, while the system is initializing I have the next error:   20130929:15:43:27:029309[INFO][0]:-Completed Update

We can reproduce the error consistently. Is it going to be false by default in an upcoming release ? Reload to refresh your session. 首页 Web开发 Windows程序 编程语言 数据库 移动开发 系统相关 微信 其他好文 会员 首页 > 其他好文 > 详细 greenplum初始化错误,Failed to insert port=40000 时间:2015-04-30 20:19:10 阅读:87 this contact form Are there any logs or debug output we can use to trace the issue?

I am new to Docker so I still haven't quite figure this out. All you need to do is [FONT=Courier New][COLOR="#0000FF"]yum install ed[/COLOR][/FONT] and everything should be fine (at least for me it works). The people listed below have appreciated your meaningfull discussion with a random +1: @mattwilliamson ghost commented Sep 6, 2015 I solved this problem by using iptables and port forwarding in the [email protected]:~$ docker -v Docker version 1.12.3, build 6b644ec [email protected]:~$ docker run -ti --rm -p 5000-10000/udp alpine date In addition, when port range is 1000, docker is worked but container launch time

Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 308 Star 1,746 Fork 513 greenplum-db/gpdb Code Issues 88 Pull requests 37 Projects Member danielgustafsson commented Aug 26, 2016 Since all installations of 4.3 already has ed working it might not be much point to cause the churn? Then if I kill the hundreds of docker-proxy processes on my docker daemon machine, will it affect my containers' running? Thank you for your information.

Any updates on this? Our solution to get Greenplum to install on CentOS 7.2 is to run the following as root before running gpinitsystem: echo "RemoveIPC=no" >> /etc/systemd/logind.conf service systemd-logind restart 👍 3 Member caffeine3 commented Nov 25, 2016 @thaJeztah I've tried to disable user land proxy, but the same problems are occurred. It is not optimally have a rule for each port in a range.

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Can anyone elaborate? Member thaJeztah commented Jul 13, 2015 Did this make it into 1.7?