Docker is a popular application containment environment on GNU/Linux that is available on FreeBSD as of June, 2015. Docker on FreeBSD relies heavily on ZFS, jail and the 64bit Linux compatibility layer that was introduced in June, 2015. Docker on FreeBSD is genuine Docker and retrieves containers from the official docker.io repository. Consult the official Docker documentation and resources for further assistance.
The official build of CentOS. Docker pull centos After an image has been downloaded, you may then run a container using the downloaded image with the run subcommand. If an image has not been downloaded when docker is executed with the run subcommand, the Docker client will first download the image, then run a container using it: docker run centos.
Docker's currently broken. We are working on a current, executable version. Help is welcome. Current status: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D21570
Limitations of the 64bit Linux compatibility subsystem will impact some Linux ABI containers and your testing and feedback is appreciated to help resolve any such issues.
The freebsd-virtualization mailing list, as well as the IRC channels #freebsd-docker and #bhyve on chat.freenode.net are good places to participate.
FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE or newer, specifically any version after preliminary support for x86-64 Linux binaries was addded.
github.com/kvasdopil/docker contains the port of Docker for FreeBSD.
sysutils/docker-freebsd contains the FreeBSD port for Docker. Docker port.
Installation and Use
The following steps, executed with root privileges, should provide a working Docker environment:
If you're not already using ZFS, you will need to create a raw disk, otherwise follow the above steps as instructed in the package message.
Using Docker as a normal user
In order to use Docker as a non-root/non-super user account, your user must be in the operator group:
After changing your user's group membership, log out and back in. Once logged back in docker psDownload mojave installer apple. should be usable (for example) as a non-superuser.
From another terminal:
Creation of a ZFS root using raw disk
These steps are only necessary if you're not already using ZFS.
The following steps allocate a 4G ZFS root file system using a raw disk, it allows you to test quickly.
FreeBSD under Docker
The 'docker' dataset needs to be created.
The 'ca_root_nss' package is not installed.
Operating-system level virtualization, including Application Containers and Jails
Docker Run Centos Bash
GitHub of the FreeBSD docker port
Jetpack - FreeBSD Implementation of the Application Container Specification
FreeBSD runtime (based on Jail) for opencontainers/runc
FreeBSD on Docker Hub
FreeBSD Docker on News and Article
Docker Run Centos In Background
Docker Run Centos Image