[Systems] Wiki spam
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Mon Dec 7 12:52:36 EST 2015
On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 1:27 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at codewiz.org> wrote:
> On 12/07/2015 11:13 AM, Samuel Cantero wrote:
> > I tried reproducing the problem in the Sandbox page, but editing does
> > not work at all because the docker container with the node.js app
> > by Parsoid is not running. Odd, the other containers are all up.
> > Parsoid container is not running. I tried to start it, but Docker
> > complains that is not enough disk space to build this container. Its
> > partition has 1.3 GB available, so we should remove old and unused
> > images. I have a meeting now and I'm leaving now, but I will fix it as
> > soon as posible. Sorry.
There is something strange with our docker partition inodes.
Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree
IUse% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/freedom--lvm-docker_extra_storage 0 0 0
Anyone with experience about this? I was expecting an inode exhaustion. I
will try to find out what is going on here.
> Also, I found three parsoid images:
> org.sugarlabs.wiki_parsoid latest 0cf030b154df 4 months ago 298.1 MB
> wiki.sugarlabs.org-parsoid latest 0cf030b154df 4 months ago 298.1 MB
> parsoid latest 0cf030b154df 4 months ago 298.1 MB
> SamP, could you please delete the unused images and update the
> documentation to match reality?
> > Adding Sam to the thread since he's been improving the wiki lately
> so he
> > probably knows how to fix this.
> > For my own information, where is the list of images that should be
> > autostarted when the docker daemon starts?
> > Using the sam's script container.yml every container is configured with
> > autostart. Anyway, it would be good to write some doc about our docker
> > infra in our wiki.
> Indeed, I'm never sure what to do when a container is down, or even
> which containers should be running.
> It's also my fault for living under a (Google) rock for the past 4 years
> while all the cool kids are using Docker :-)
> _ // Bernie Innocenti
> \X/ http://codewiz.org
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