Dam I was not aware of that, this will be the problem for sure! I really should have checked that, thank you!fuxi wrote:Could lack of Docker be caused by ARM processor. Docker does not support it yet.
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Not true.RV06 wrote: The point is about the Docker registry:
It is a central repository of Docker images. Everyone can pull public images from there, and push its own images and make them public.
Today, this repository does not make any difference between target architectures.
And a x64 image could never run on a Pi, nor a ARM image could run on a x64 PC.
Running containers for: rsyncd, nginx, dockergen (to automatically configure nginx as a reverse proxy for the web containers), mariadb, two wordpress/php/apache containers, and ghost. Plus four data containers makes 11. Memory usage is about 48%. You seem to underestimate just how lightweight Docker containers are; they are not VMs!riklaunim wrote:I wonder what's the point in running Docker on ARM board. RPiv2 has it hardware limits like RAM that easily can be consumed by few working docker containers. Not to mention that /var/lib/docker will prefer bigger microSD cards