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I've found that systemd is full of lines like that when I issue journalctl -f

jul 09 21:13:47 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:47-03:00" level=info msg="GET /v1.11/containers/35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810/json" jul 09 21:13:47 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:47-03:00" level=info msg="+job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810)" jul 09 21:13:47 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:47-03:00" level=info msg="-job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810) = OK (0)" jul 09 21:13:48 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:48-03:00" level=info msg="GET /v1.11/containers/35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810/json" jul 09 21:13:48 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:48-03:00" level=info msg="+job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810)" jul 09 21:13:48 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:48-03:00" level=info msg="-job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810) = OK (0)" jul 09 21:13:49 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:49-03:00" level=info msg="GET /v1.11/containers/35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810/json" jul 09 21:13:49 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:49-03:00" level=info msg="+job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810)" jul 09 21:13:49 newhope.belkin.home docker[1430]: time="2015-07-09T21:13:49-03:00" level=info msg="-job container_inspect(35f101d97881e543d40370ee4242216dfb88103f2947c0446ad0ad03a1bcd810) = OK (0)

I've noted no error in running docker, any idea?

  • Looks like you have debug logging enabled for the docker daemon. – jordanm Jul 10 '15 at 0:49
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I've noted no error in running docker

And your log output, where every line that you have shown to us is level=info, shows no error in running docker. So you and your log agree.

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