I am new to docker, and struggling for some time. Brief details:
debian wheezy 64 / Docker version 1.8.2, build 0a8c2e3
I have modified DOCKER_OPTS in /etc/default/docker to add:
-since I need to store it on a large disk. I am using a hub image unmodified:
I can start the container as follows:
docker run -p 10054 rspeer/conceptnet-web:5.4 -v /path/to/conceptnet5.4/data/:/conceptnet_data
I need to open a shell to look at paths since the above is not finding the data:
Despite many hours of fiddling, when I run the following:
docker exec -it <container-id> /bin/bash
-I cannot get beyond the cryptic:
$ docker exec -it <container-id> /bin/bash no such file or directory $
-and nothing else. If I misstype the container-id I get a message from the docker daemon as expected. I have tried to use the --log-level or --debug options. These provide no further information whatsoever. Also I have hunted for logs in many possible locations, and discovered nothing relevant.
For what it is worth this appears to work:
docker top <container-id>
I would really really appreciate any advice on how to debug access to this container!