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Docker Version update to docker-ce stable #2624

lukeb2e opened this issue Nov 5, 2019 · 1 comment


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@lukeb2e lukeb2e commented Nov 5, 2019

Issue Report

The current stable, beta and alpha channel are using an old docker version as seen on the release page. The used docker version should follow the docker-ce stable release more closely. I think the repository also changed to instead of the currently tracked moby/moby.


The Stable channel should be used by production clusters. 
Versions of CoreOS Container Linux are battle-tested within 
the Beta and Alpha channels before being promoted.

    kernel: 4.19.78
    rkt: 1.30.0
    docker: 18.06.3

Feature Request

Update the currently used docker version to docker-ce stable (19.03).


What hardware/cloud provider/hypervisor is being used to run Container Linux?

Desired Feature

Update the currently used repository to the docker-ce stable release.

Other Information

Current docker stable release: 19.03.4
CoreOS docker version: 18.06.3


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@bgilbert bgilbert commented Nov 6, 2019

We've tried a couple times to update to a newer Docker release, but encountered crashes that we weren't able to address. The history is in coreos/coreos-overlay#3477. There are no plans to update Docker to a newer version before Container Linux reaches end of life.

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