If my memory serves me right, last time I promised to demonstrate how it is possible to maintain networking in Docker environment, but didn’t keep that promise. Actually, I realised that using any kind of external tools to maintain networking in Docker environment is completely impractical and decided to wait for native support of “static” ip-address assignments in Docker. And finally, Docker team released this capability in 1.10. Cool.
If you are going to use Docker it is good idea to consider following suggestions:
- forget about CentOS as a “free RHEL replacement” – two weeks ago RedHat announced No-Cost RHEL Developer Subscription
- Don’t try to use Atomic Host – RedHat team is little (6 months) behind the Docker team, so it is better to perform minimal installation of RHEL and then install Docker
Surprisingly, Documentum installer 7.2 does not support Oracle XE (latest Oracle XE version is 184.108.40.206, lowest Oracle version supported by Documentum installer 7.2 is 220.127.116.11), hopefully, I was able to manage this mistake.