[pkg-go] Bug#855208: docker still broken

Norbert Kiesel nkiesel at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 20:34:10 UTC 2017


docker stopped working for me (`docker ps` etc simply hangs).  I
manually downgraded runc using `dpkg -i
but this did not make a difference.

Otherwise my system is up-to-date (`aptitude update; aptitude
full-upgrade` only reports `runc`), and I have

# dpkg -l '*docker*' '*runc*'
| Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-pend
|/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name                                           Version
         Architecture                 Description
un  docker                                         <none>
         <none>                       (no description available)
ii  docker-compose                                 1.8.0-2
         all                          Punctual, lightweight
development environments using Docker
un  docker-doc                                     <none>
         <none>                       (no description available)
ii  docker.io                                      1.11.2~ds1-6
         amd64                        Linux container runtime
ii  libnss-docker:amd64                            0.02-1
         amd64                        nss module for finding Docker
ii  python-docker                                  1.9.0-1
         all                          Python wrapper to access
docker.io's control socket
ii  python-dockerpty                               0.4.1-1
         all                          Pseudo-tty handler for docker
Python client (Python 2.x)
ii  python3-docker                                 1.9.0-1
         all                          Python 3 wrapper to access
docker.io's control socket
ii  runc                                           0.1.1+dfsg1-2
         amd64                        Open Container Project - runtime
ii  systemd-docker                                 0.2.1+dfsg-2
         amd64                        wrapper for "docker run" to
handle systemd quirks

What else can I do to get docker working again?

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