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Docker Runner Host Networking and Docker Socket


I'm still on an older version of Bamboo, but I'm interested in the new docker runner feature in Bamboo 6.4. 

Is it possible for the docker container that the docker runner uses to run with host networking enabled? Also, is it possible to interact with the docker daemon on the host while inside the container (for starting other test containers, etc)?



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Jeremy Owen Atlassian Team Apr 12, 2018

Hey Eric,

Absolutely! In-fact, with the current implementation of Docker Runner all containers run with host networking enabled with no additional configuration required.

It also supports volume mounting from host to container, so it's possible to interact with the Docker Daemon on the host by mounting the Docker socket. There's a configuration that ends up passing the equivalent of the below during the Docker run command:

--volume /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock

Hope this helps. :)

Thanks! That's exactly what I was looking for

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