Hi… I have installed docker for windows on 2 systems - Windows Server and Windows 10. I have issues on the Windows 2016 system.
When set to Linux containers I can pull a linux image and build & run containers with no issue. But when I switch to Windows containers then I have problems. For example
u:>docker run -it --name t1 microsoft/windowsservercore cmd
docker: Error response from daemon: container 3e22212b1b46c7085648610072625d65786fdaacb986ac3a378bc693553cbd1a encountered an error during Start: failure in a Windows system call: This operation returned because the timeout period expired. (0x5b4).
If I do the same thing on the Windows 10 system then there is no issue. I’m not even sure where to begin. I noticed that when set to Linux containers a “docker network ls” shows different networks (bridge/host/none) to when set to Windows (/nat/none)
is the name of a switch set up in HyperV. On the 2016 box this is actually a teamed NIC (maybe that’s an issue? but why would things be OK with Linux containers??)
When I compared the config of “nat” on both Windows 2016 and 10 (docker network inspect) I did see a difference… Windows 2016
But I don’t see where I could change these settings (and I would have thought the 2016 settings more likely to be ok than the Windows 10 settings).
Any pointers for what’s going wrong here?