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StefanScherer commented Aug 3, 2016 @XiaoningLiu I think the docker from Mon Jun 6 19:12:50 2016 is too old to support docker pull microsoft/windowsservercore:10.0.14300.1030. In my case, it was fixed permanently. Weird thing: the container ID doesn't start with ep- this time. However, I just found another issue, not related to this one: Since I want to still use my old container instead of creating a new one from the same original image, http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/windows-failed-to-start-error-message.html

Browse other questions tagged windows-server docker-container or ask your own question. Are you having unplanned stops of containers with those mappings? So my best guess---this is still a guess---is that when the docker daemon exits, it doesn't notify the cluster, or not correctly, or doesn't disconnect nodes from the network, I'm not Generated Sat, 15 Oct 2016 12:40:16 GMT by s_wx1094 (squid/3.5.20) Developer resources Microsoft developer Windows Windows Dev Center Windows apps Desktop Internet of Things Games Holographic Microsoft Edge Hardware Azure Azure

Damn it, I cannot seem to reproduce the error now that I am logging of course... StefanScherer commented Aug 4, 2016 @bornemann The microsoft/iis seems to be old and is based on the old windowsservercore base image. And in the output given by docker network inspect, the container's ID begin with ep-xxxx. I'll keep you up.

An ipconfig inside the container returns empty: PS C:\> hostname WIN-DE6U4068NAF PS C:\> ipconfig Windows IP Configuration PS C:\> So I guess the -b "none" switch is not the correct one Daemon option --bip can be used to set a preferred IP address" Jul 29 09:42:57 nschoe-PC docker[32466]: time="2016-07-29T09:42:57.462473042+02:00" level=info msg="Loading containers: start." Jul 29 09:42:57 nschoe-PC docker[32466]: ...time="2016-07-29T09:42:57.497541983+02:00" level=warning msg="Failed getting There is more information in the system event log. ERROR_SMARTCARD_SUBSYSTEM_FAILURE 1264 (0x4F0) The Kerberos protocol encountered an error while attempting to utilize the smartcard subsystem. ERROR_DOWNGRADE_DETECTED 1265 (0x4F1) The For more information, contact your system administrator. ERROR_REG_NAT_CONSUMPTION 1261 (0x4ED) A program attempt to use an invalid register value.

Please let me know what build number you are on when executing: PS > winver Thanks mathiasconradt commented May 28, 2016 • edited @JMesser81 Sorry, I don't have this VM anymore How would they learn astronomy, those who don't see the stars? I just left the machine untouched for few days, then the container just shows today that it has exited 2 days ago. ToreBerntsen commented Jun 29, 2016 okey thanks @nicholasdille so if i stop all the containers before i reboot or shutdown the pc its fine, but if i dont stop container and

Expected=0, Actual=1" Jul 29 09:42:57 nschoe-PC docker[32466]: time="2016-07-29T09:42:57.356580666+02:00" level=info msg="Default bridge (docker0) is assigned with an IP address 172.17.0.0/16. Docker member thaJeztah commented Jun 6, 2016 @nschoe let me close this issue for now, but happy to reopen if there's more information to investigate. Please don't try and delete manually. when you see ep-xxxx, that means that particular node couldn't find a container that matches the name of the endpoint.

Please try again later. ERROR_MACHINE_LOCKED 1271 (0x4F7) The machine is locked and cannot be shut down without the force option. ERROR_CALLBACK_SUPPLIED_INVALID_DATA 1273 (0x4F9) An application-defined callback gave invalid data https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms681383(v=vs.85).aspx But regardless of the above workaround, i would like to understand why your containers fail the auto-restart policy. Already have an account? Sometimes the code is returned by a function deep in the stack and far removed from your code that is handling the error.

nschoe commented Jun 6, 2016 Thanks @mavenugo for coming here :-) I've noticed the ep- prefix of the container and suspected that indeed, it was something like that. his comment is here Can you check that? This is the address of our dockerized consul client. Rather than making my docker daemon contact the cluster store at 127.0.0.1:8500, I'll try making it contact the cluster store at 192.168.0.1:8500 (the remote server).

  • Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted. ERROR_FILE_INVALID 1006 (0x3EE) The volume for a file has been externally altered
  • Here is the docker-compose.yml file: version: '2' services: consul: image: consul hostname: "node-remote" command: "consul agent -server -bootstrap-expect 1 -data-dir /consul/data -bind 192.168.0.1" volumes: - consul-kv-store:/consul/data network_mode: "host" restart: always volumes:
  • I've got the same issue with the following setup: Fresh install.
  • winver returns: 1511 (OS Build 14300.1000) Docker version returns: Version: 1.12.0-dev API version: 1.24 Go version: go1.5.3 Git commit: 2b97201 Built: Tue Apr 26 23:51:36 2016 OS/Arch: windows/amd64 Error from the
  • To learn more about these changes as well as to join in the design process or provide usage feedback please refer to http://aka.ms/windowscontainers/powershell Confirm Remove-ContainerNetwork will remove the container network "".
  • Please change the NAT default network prefix by doing the following: 1) PS > Stop-Service docker 2) PS > Get-ContainerNetwork | Remove-ContainerNetwork 3) PS > Get-NetNat | Remove-NetNat 4) PS >

I don't know yet of the plugin feature, I haven't tried 1.12 yet. NOTE: I previously thought this was a problem due to the fact that I was running a single-node consul cluster and this node was itself a docker on the host I So I'm going to show the steps to reproduce the error with a remote server, but I'm confident it will be the same if you don't have a remote server: you http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/failed-to-start-service-failed-to-start-bind-unknown-error.html Regardless, with your current setup, container bootup order shouldnt matter.

Reading the messages again I see @aboch suggested that it might be the --cluster-advertise parameter. Already have an account? I did think creating a node with the same name MAY work, but I wanted to confirm it would before I spent time setting one up!

I have dug deeper into the problem and I think I have found a way to reproduce the error (at least I have been doing this three or four times and

Just in case you're wondering about 192.168.0.1, it's because I've set up a OpenVPN tunnel between the remote and my computer, and it's its interface. # On my local computer, I We will probably need to collect logs. So from what I understand, it's back to: the consul cluster is not yet ready when the container want to start, but from what I understand, the PR should have fixed Please start from a clean cluster / daemon states to repeat the reproduction so that we have an upto-date and cleaner debug logs to look into.

Event log shows fatal: Error starting daemon: Error initializing network controller: Error creating default network: HNS failed with error : Failed to create network But I've tested it locally by updating How to mount a disk image from the command line? Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/symantec-endpoint-protection-manager-email-settings.html New-NetEventSession NetCap2 -CaptureMode SaveToFile -LocalFilePath C:\NChostAgent1.etl Add-NetEventProvider "{0c885e0d-6eb6-476c-a048-2457eed3a5c1}" -Level 5 -SessionName NetCap2 Add-NetEventProvider "{80CE50DE-D264-4581-950D-ABADEEE0D340}" -Level 5 -SessionName NetCap2 Add-NetEventProvider "{D0E4BC17-34C7-43fc-9A72-D89A59D6979A}" -Level 5 -SessionName NetCap2 Start-NetEventSession NetCap2 Repro Stop-NetEventSession NetCap2 CharlieNZ commented

When the daemon comes up, it will try to do the cleanup of stale containers (left behind during previous daemon down) and will result in cleaning up the states stored in Note that this is an overlay network, and I have only had this problem with overlay networks. Recovery procedure was: find trouble network endpoint in etcd and delete it. Here is what I did: Using docker network inspect find trouble endpoint and it's ID: "ep-abaeb8d676bb077553d254b563931bfae0d38275d9aaf2888298ea34a49d0bb3": { "Name": "topbeat_[...]", "EndpointID": "abaeb8d676bb077553d254b563931bfae0d38275d9aaf2888298ea34a49d0bb3", "MacAddress": "02:42:0a:00:00:1f", "IPv4Address": "10.0.0.31/24", "IPv6Address": "" }, Use etcdctl

However, it is possible that an external client could try and create a duplicate port mapping rule using the same NAT created by HNS. Maybe some networking issue accessing the internet? We appreciate the input. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help. ERROR_PROTOCOL_UNREACHABLE 1233 (0x4D1) The network location cannot be reached.

I'm still including the logs before and after restart, maybe this will help anyway. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/windowscontainers/quick_start/quick_start_windows_server Also reported on Microsoft: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/e81b9df0-47da-4028-b9ed-50efacec9a17/cant-run-a-container-on-windows-server-2016-tp5-winapi-error-0xc000070a?forum=windowscontainers mpwagne commented Aug 2, 2016 • edited I am seeing this as well (in my Azure Windows 2016 TP5 host). asked 3 months ago viewed 275 times active 3 months ago Related 2Windows Server crashes unexpectedly , lsass.exe, failed with status code 2550Publishing vNext project to Windows Server 2016 Preview Container0Unable The port redirect does not work anymore, I cannot reach the container webservices that I have running inside the container from external.