runuser error in a docker container on rawhide
rrati at redhat.com
Wed Jun 4 20:03:19 UTC 2014
I'm pretty baffled. I've successfully used runuser with F20 as the host
and F20 in the container. Something is different in rawhide. I even
tried downgrading util-linux in the container to the latest version in
F20 and I still get the same error, which leads me to believe it's not
util-linux at all. The docker version in rawhide is newer (I'm running
rawhide host and rawhide in the container), but I wouldn't expect that
to affect runuser.
On 06/04/2014 03:54 PM, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> On 06/04/2014 03:17 PM, Robert Rati wrote:
>> I checked the status of selinux in the container and it was disabled,
>> so I don't think that's the problem. I then tried re-launching the
>> container in privileged mode (--privileged=true) and that didn't
>> change anything. The runuser command still prints "System error" if I
>> use it to do anything, even nothing.
>> On 06/04/2014 02:37 PM, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
>>> On 06/04/2014 02:27 PM, Robert Rati wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to run some docker containers and it appears the runuser in
>>>> rawhide isn't functional in the container:
>>>> # runuser
>>>> runuser: System error
>>>> I can run runuser in a physical system running rawhide however. These
>>>> same images created off of F20 containers worked fine.
>>>> Has anyone run into this? Any ideas?
>>> I would guess it is potentially SELinux or /proc being readonly.
>>> Put the machine into permissive mode to see if it is SELinux, (I
>>> doubt it).
>>> You could check with a priv container to see if /proc or capabilities ar
>>> ethe problem.
> Strange testing on rhel7 I see it working.
> # docker run --rm -ti fedora runuser -u ftp id
> uid=14(ftp) gid=50(ftp) groups=50(ftp)
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