I’m still struggling with the problem that it seems to take Docker forever to start. I’m running Windows 10 fast ring (version 14901.1000) but I’ve had this problem for a few weeks now. The hang up appears to be anything concerning the firewall, but I double-checked and there’s an inbound rule configured for “DockerProxy”. I even tried stopping the firewall and it doesn’t seem to help.
Here’s a chunk of the log, notice the huge gaps when dealing with ports:
[07:45:57.538][Firewall ][Info ] Closing ports... [07:54:23.189][Firewall ][Info ] Ports are closed [07:54:23.193][HyperVGuids ][Info ] Removing GUIDs... [07:54:23.199][HyperVGuids ][Info ] GUIDs removed [07:54:23.204][NamedPipeServer][Info ] Destroy done. [07:54:23.218][NamedPipeServer][Info ] Start(Docker.Core.Settings) [07:54:23.222][HyperVGuids ][Info ] Installing GUIDs... [07:54:23.227][HyperVGuids ][Info ] GUIDs installed [07:54:23.231][Firewall ][Info ] Opening ports for C:\Program Files\Docker\Docker\Resources\com.docker.proxy.exe... [08:02:53.318][Firewall ][Info ] Ports are opened
Anyone have any ideas??