Yes, we are running docker on esxi 6
what docker are you running on what os?
In case it isn't obvious from Daphnissov's post and the links he gave:
Windows Docker engine runs under Hyper-V, so this results in nested-virtualisation which requires some extra tinkering.
If you run a Linux hosted Docker engine, it runs natively and the nested-virtualisation issue doesn't exist.
Reading Daphnissov's links, Windows Server 2019 would appear to be adopting a native Docker Engine and will also not result in nested-virtualisation.
Your content helped me a lot to take my doubts, thank you very much.
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I configured as shown above - installer Hyper-v - but docker start times out with the below error - any ideas
Timed out waiting for the lifecycle-server to start.
This may be the result of a slow environment or there may be a real problem.
This timeout can be increased by editing settings.json, value 'lifecycleTimeoutSeconds'.
This file is usually in C:\Users\(your username)\AppData\Roaming\Docker
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
at Docker.Core.Pipe.NamedPipeClient.Send(String action, Object parameters)
at Docker.Actions.DoStart(SynchronizationContext syncCtx, Boolean showWelcomeWindow, Boolean executeAfterStartCleanup)
Any suggestions ?
you can run...