2017-09-26 18:15 GMT+01:00 Miguel Bernal Marin <miguel.bernal.marin@linux.intel.com>:
Hi Dexuan,

On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 06:39:07PM -0700, Dexuan-Linux Cui wrote:
> The script clear-linux-check-config.sh
> (https://clearlinux.org/documentation/clear-linux/get-started/compatibility-check.html)
> detects the Unrestricted Guests capability, but it looks even without
> the capability we're still able to get docker to use the cc-runtime to
> start a container, so I'm curious why the script detects the
> capability.
The script checks for this as a heuristic to determine if the system is "new enough" to run a Clear Container. However, it seems this heuristic isn't 100% reliable. See:

https://github.com/clearcontainers/runtime/pull/422 

Also note that if you are using cc-runtime, you don't need the script as it has a built-in command to perform the same checks ("cc-runtime cc-check").

Kind regards,

James.



I'm adding the Clear Containers ML, where Clear Containers discussion are.

Could you tell us on what system and its features you are trying to run cc-runtime?

Thanks,
Miguel

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