docker-v1.10-migrator - Calculates SHA256 checksums for docker layer content
|License:||ASL 2.0 and CC-BY-SA|
Starting from v1.10 docker uses content addressable IDs for the images and layers instead of using generated ones. This tool calculates SHA256 checksums for docker layer content, so that they don't need to be recalculated when the daemon starts for the first time. The migration usually runs on daemon startup but it can be quite slow(usually 100-200MB/s) and daemon will not be able to accept requests during that time. You can run this tool instead while the old daemon is still running and skip checksum calculation on startup.
|docker-v1.10-migrator-1.13.1-72.git6f36bd4.el7.x86_64 [2.6 MiB]||
by Lokesh Mandvekar (2018-07-08):
- Resolves: #1598581, #1598630 - CVE-2018-10892 - built docker @projectatomic/docker-1.13.1-rhel commit 6f36bd4 - built docker-novolume-plugin commit 385ec70 - built rhel-push-plugin commit af9107b - built docker-lvm-plugin commit 20a1f68 - built docker-runc @projectatomic/docker-1.13.1-rhel commit 5eda6f6 - built docker-containerd @projectatomic/docker-1.13.1-rhel commit c769d58 - built docker-init commit fec3683 - built libnetwork commit d00ceed - update comment about registries.conf in /etc/sysconfig/docker From: Tom Sweeney <firstname.lastname@example.org>