On 30 October 2015 at 18:33, Khanduja, Vaibhav <vaibhav.khanduja(a)emc.com> wrote:
I have installed clear containers as given in the instructions over here:
After installation, I was able to run a container using docker cli
docker run –it ubuntu bash
On a different shell, I am checking if there a vm image running, but I don’t
see any thing with lkvm
PID NAME STATE
Am I missing something?
lkvm usage is internal to the implementation of Clear Containers for
Docker Engine. One thing we do, is change the home directory when
invoking lkvm commands. Thus normal lkvm socket control commands can
be done with:
sudo HOME=/var/lib/docker/execdriver/clr lkvm list
or something like that. Check subfolders in /var/lib/docker, to find
the one that has .lkvm.
However, I don't recommend you to use lkvm commands at all. As most
things are hooked up into docker commands. E.g. $ docker stop, should
work and do lkvm stop on the VM, and etc. Pause / unpause / terminate
are also hooked up. There is no gurantees of this lkvm api at all, the
only API guarantees one has is via docker API at the moment.
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