Created attachment 922569 [details]
The default docker sysconfig file with a bunch of HTML.
Description of problem:
The default /etc/sysconfig/docker file is a bunch of HTML non-sense. Looks like a failed attempt by the package maintainer to download the latest docker.sysconfig file through the docker cgit web interface.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. sudo yum --enablerepo epel install -y docker-io
2. cat /etc/sysconfig/docker
<< See attachment >>
# Comment lines with instructions on how to modify the file.
# Maybe some default values already set.
Hi Taylor, docker is available in RHEL7/CentOS7 by default, and this build should no longer be used.
Patrick: ping, looks like the epel7 build is still there. Could you check on that with rel-eng please?
Hm, on my CentOS7 system running `repoquery --repoid=base docker-io` returns nothing. Indeed, I see no docker-io package in the index at:
(In reply to Taylor Braun-Jones from comment #2)
> Hm, on my CentOS7 system running `repoquery --repoid=base docker-io` returns
> nothing. Indeed, I see no docker-io package in the index at:
The package is called "docker" and is available in the extras repo: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/7/extras/x86_64/Packages/
Thanks, problem resolved with the docker package from the CentOS7 extras repo.
It seems there are two actions that need to be taken to properly resolve this issue:
- The docker-io package in the EPEL7 repo should be deleted
- The docker package in the extras repo should have an 'Obsoletes: docker-io` in it's spec file
(In reply to Taylor Braun-Jones from comment #4)
> Thanks, problem resolved with the docker package from the CentOS7 extras
> It seems there are two actions that need to be taken to properly resolve
> this issue:
> - The docker-io package in the EPEL7 repo should be deleted
Yup. Patrick is working with fedora rel-eng on that.
> - The docker package in the extras repo should have an 'Obsoletes:
> docker-io` in it's spec file
I do see what you mean, but this probably won't go in as docker-io was an EPEL package (not vanilla RHEL), while docker officially first entered vanilla RHEL as 'docker'. Correct me if I'm wrong.
docker-io build has been removed from epel7 https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/beta/7/x86_64/ (nothing in there)
epel7 branch has the install steps for default docker package https://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/docker-io.git/tree/dead.package?h=epel7