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The behavior of sh is specified by POSIX. A Linux system may have a variety of shells which are used as /bin/sh, including but not limited to bash, dash, mksh, or ash, and while each of these may have custom mechanisms for implementing behavior in this case, the only thing you can rely on across all of them is what POSIX specifies. The way to specify a ...


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I can share what I found out some time ago when I researched the subject myself. It's certainly not authoritative nor exhaustive but it may be of some help. Technical description Disclaimer note I myself have never actually implemented any of the approaches that I am about to describe. They are just possibilities I pondered for a custom containerization ...


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Hello you need to connect to the k8s api server, here is a description from the man page: -k, --k8s-api Enable Kubernetes support by connecting to the API server specified as argument. E.g. "http://admin:password@127.0.0.1:8080". The API server can also be specified via the environment variable SYSDIG_K8S_API. Once you connect to the k8s api that ...


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Solution For Now; /etc/docker/daemon.json { "ipv6" : false }


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