I plan to use Docker in a production environment, I just assume not use a beta. Still will try to see if it works.
This still seems to be happening in Docker for Mac after the GA release and after Release 1.12.0-rc4-beta20, as of August 1st. I’m using version: Version 1.12.0-rc5-beta21. My networking is pretty simple (No proxy, etc); and I don’t think this is an issue with my host.
Does this occur from a local repository? i.e. a repository that does not require you to go through a proxy? I haven’t tested that yet. At least that might for sure tell us if its a proxy issue or not.
I seem to be able to resolve the IP of my repository fine, even if I used its IP, bypassing DNS, I’d get the same result.
I also have this issue. I have simple a internet setup. Home router with DD-WRT, nothing fancy. I changed my dns manually in moby
vi /etc/resolve.conf # change to nameserver 188.8.131.52
CTRL+A CTRL+\ to quit
Not ideal since it seems this is required every time docker restarts…
All - this seems to be fixed in Docker 1.12
if you get a storage driver error use dockerd -s overlay2 &
Then make sure you have your HTTP_PROXY environment variable set prior to starting the dockerd. If it is already started, stop it and start again after you set the env variable.