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docker complain I have a bridge name conflict with a invisible network

This happens when removing Docker network fails with bridge record left in database.  Database location is /var/lib/docker/network/files/local-kv.db (AlmaLinux).  Although the usual suggestion is to ...
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Permission denied in rootless docker with non-primary group access

According to other experiences, this seems the expected situation in the "rootless" version of Docker. Even if outside the container you have something owned by user:user, it seems the ...
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Netfilter and forward chain traces ARP but not other packets

Introduction and simplified reproducer setup Docker loads the br_netfilter module. Once loaded, it affects all present and future network namespaces. This is for historical and compatibility reasons, ...
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How to logrotate official nginx docker image running by podman

The easiest solution is probably to replace your use of podman exec nginx ... with podman kill: /var/log/nginx/*.log { hourly missingok rotate 24 compress delaycompress notifempty su root root ...
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kubernetes cluster - only crictl can actually see containers (containers assets)

Containerd allows clients to set a "namespace" in order to manage different sets of resources. For example, on my local system, running Docker 26.0.0, Docker uses containerd as the container ...
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echo process started in ENTRYPOINT/CMD to host stdout while keeping container alive and detached?

Try this: #!/bin/bash # Container name dock_jcontainer="$(docker container ls | awk '{if(NR>1) print $NF}' | grep py)" # Blocking wait until log's grep result is not empty, runs every 2 ...
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echo process started in ENTRYPOINT/CMD to host stdout while keeping container alive and detached?

As stated in the comments, this is not exactly the solution I asked for but the one I went with given the lack of a better alternative: #!/bin/bash # docker build+run -d or compose up -d ... ...
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How to run `docker exec` with ssh command

here is the answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/47025876/1223975 in short, you need: ssh -tti yes with two 't' args. What a NIGHTMARE utility. So this now works with zsh and bashv5 on my macos ...
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