Update Docker Version Centos 7


I recently noticed that the Kubernetes guys are moving their container images from the Docker hub registry to their own repository…

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A quick look tells me that Google now has it’s own image repository (gcr.io) so it seems to make sense that the Kubernetes team would be using that rather than the Docker hub registry. That being said, I thought all I’d have to do was update my YAML files to point to the new location. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. After pushing the controller definitions to the Kubernetes cluster it became apparent that the containers were stuck in a pending state. When I logged into one of the hosts and checked the Docker logs I saw the issue…

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After some digging, I found this…

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The third version distributed by the Docker project called docker-ee (Enterprise paid version) and can be installed by the official Docker project repo. This page shows how to install, setup and use Docker or Docker CE on RHEL 7 or CentOS 7 server and create your first container. Docker was a game-changer, simplifying the process of running and managing applications in containers. This article will guide you through the installation of Docker on RHEL 7. For CentOS 7, check Docker Installation on CentOS 7. Oct 04, 2019 This article aims at “30 Things to Do After Installing RHEL/CentOS 7”. Nov 19, 2019 Now you know how to install Docker Compose on CentOS 7. The article includes two options for installation, one of which should work on your system. After installation, you may want to look into the best practices for Docker container Management. Install Docker from Base Repository. Docker is available in the standard repository of CentOS, so we don’t have to search for the package. For RHEL 7, you must have a valid Redhat subscription to enable Extras rpm’s repository on the server.


Since the container image name had a ‘-‘ in it, Docker didn’t know what to do with it. So the fix is to update Docker to the latest stable code which happens to be version 1.5. In my case, the repositories I was using with YUM didn’t have 1.5 so we need to pull the latest binaries from Docker and use those. To update, follow these steps…

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Once it’s restarted you should be to check the version and make sure you’re running the newest code…

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Now I just need to find a way to add a version check to my salt scripts…

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