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non-running docker seems to generate infinite events in chan
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So what do you recommend for CentOS as storage?
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And I am far from the expert! My tests on CentOS 7 showed the size shrinking again proportionately when containers and images are removed. I didn't…

deitch commented on issue jpetazzo/pipework#156
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"wandering in uncharted territory!" I like that! I did dig into powerstrip to see how they work, basically it is a proxy shim that allows creation …

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pipework equivalent as events or plugin?
deitch commented on issue jpetazzo/pipework#159
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Hmm, apparently I opened this in two different places. Sorry about that! I will close this one, wait for your response to the suggested design on t…

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Are the devmapper issues resolved in CentOS/RHEL 7.x? It looked like it in my tests, but.... I don't mind btrfs, but try moving an ops team that in…

deitch commented on issue jpetazzo/pipework#156
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@jpetazzo I don't get it. --net host or --privileged just gives the container control over the environment (and messes it up a bit), so how... oh, …

deitch commented on issue rancher/rancher#719
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Got it. Is there a proper way to do it in 0.30?

deitch commented on issue rancher/rancher#719
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I would be happy to... if I hadn't already killed the ec2 instance! I kind of gave up on it, figured I would readdress when 0.31 comes out. I am p…

deitch commented on issue rancher/rancher#719
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Hey @cjellick I just opened an issue on the forums, then stumbled across this issue. So the problem is the X-API-Schemas not properly handling the …

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pipework equivalent as events or plugin?
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So what do you recommend for CentOS as storage?
deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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Great @mavenugo I look forward to it. Kindly post the link here.

deitch commented on issue deitch/searchjs#5
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Bonjour @mistertest ca me fait plaisir de vout connaitre. (my French is not as good as it was; I am originally from Montréal, but that was a long t…

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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@mavenugo thanks. It sounds great. The will be nitty details in determining how to get the IP given a certain driver, but it should be doable. Plea…

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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Doh! I should have gone one more layer deep. :-)

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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@mavenugo excellent. I like agreeing with smart people (but disagreeing is more fun!). No, they aren't specific requirements. I am just trying to c…

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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So IPAM is an IP address manager (as the acronym implies), and the network driver handles interacting with the container and eth (or similar) inter…

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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IPAM doesn't need to do any more than manage a set of unique points in an address space. Depends. It might be more intelligent based on user para…

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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I guess you answered your question On the other hand, different environments have different policies for generating that IP within those drivers …

deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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@mavenugo thanks for the links there. I saw their concerns, but I think it was a larger question: how do you pass runtime information to network dr…

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How do you integrate pipework with restart and orchestration systems?
deitch commented on issue docker/libnetwork#161
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I too am very interested. But I think it is broader than just passing a fixed IP. I think it is about how you generate that IP. Here is a sample us…

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#105
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Oh, I get it (I think). Why not just check where it came from in your select_cell event handler?If it came from the button, do nothing? Maybe a jsf…

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#103
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@hieuhx01001 I cannot figure out what your search functions are doing. Why the complex search? Why not just use the built-in jstree search function…

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#103
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Even stranger, if you look at the sample file treegrid.html, it has a search, and the issue does not recur there.

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#103
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This has been quite the challenge. Prior to version 3.1.0, the grid was just divs and spans added to the <li> of the tree. All of the expansion wor…

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#103
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Oh my, I let this slip. Oops. Accidentally archived the email reminder.

deitch commented on issue deitch/jstree-grid#105
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Hey @danielefenix very glad you enjoy it. It was the offshoot of work I did at a client a bunch of years back. I convinced them it would have bette…