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tengqm commented Sep 8, 2020

What happened:

apiVersion: v1
kind: Event

When creating the above resource (for testing), I'm getting this:

error: error validating "event-v1.yaml": error validating data: [ValidationError(Event): missing required field "metadata" in io.k8s.api.core.v1.Event, ValidationError(Event): missing required field "involvedObject" in io.k8s.api.core.v1.Event]; if you choose
ilyam8 commented May 29, 2019

The PR is #4008

Last time I tried to get this working, the issue was with getting python.d
to properly load the Yoctopuce modules. As far as I could tell at the time, the dynamic import thing works, it's just an issue with getting Python to properly import modules that aren't in system.path, but I didn't look very deep beyond that. Part of the problem there is that the Yoctopuce Python

unknowndev233 commented Jun 23, 2020


runsc install is able to edit /etc/docker/daemon.json to enable Docker to replace runc with runsc.
Would be great if podman supports this feature.

Is this feature related to a specific bug?

No. By the way, does gVisor depend on Docker just for the reason that Docker uses runsc as its runtime?

Do you have a specific solution in mind?

To replace the runtim

AkihiroSuda commented Sep 10, 2020

On Debian 10, rootless runc (rc92) with --systemd-cgroup fails with a cryptic error when DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS is not present in the result of systemctl --user --no-pager show-environment:

This error happens mostly when [dbus-user-session](https://packages

surister commented Jan 21, 2020

This is a reminder for me or a task if anyone wants :P


Basically, The last two questions aren't really regex's questions.

To do:

  • Move said questions to correct place.
  • Add new regex questions (Python related!)?
  • Maybe add a new ## Regex section, as it is a valuable skill

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