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Have you gotten Docker working alongside MapR?

Question asked by dwojdak on Jul 15, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 22, 2014 by dwojdak

Hello,
I was wondering if anyone on the forum has successfully used [Docker](http://www.docker.com) on a host that is also running the MapR suite, including maprfs? We installed Docker recently on our MapR cluster, and have found that the MapR filesystem volumes become unresponsive and CLDB has trouble communicating. To correct the issue, we ifconfig docker0 down and then service mapr-warden restart. The docker0 interface is a [bridge interface](https://docs.docker.com/articles/networking/). Has anyone run into this before?

 

Thanks,

 

-Damon

 

OS: CentOS release 6.5 (Final)

Kernel: 2.6.32-431.5.1.el6.x86_64

Docker: v1.0.0 installed via EPEL

 

MapR:

mapr-core-3.1.0.23703.GA-1.x86_64

mapr-hbase-regionserver-0.94.13.23554.GA-1.noarch

mapr-hivemetastore-0.12.23716-1.noarch

mapr-hbase-0.94.13.23554.GA-1.noarch

mapr-tasktracker-3.1.0.23703.GA-1.x86_64

mapr-nfs-3.1.0.23703.GA-1.x86_64

mapr-hive-0.12.23716-1.noarch

mapr-patch-3.1.0.23703.GA-25095.x86_64

mapr-spark-0.9.1.25444-1.noarch

mapr-spark-master-0.9.1.25444-1.noarch

mapr-fileserver-3.1.0.23703.GA-1.x86_64

mapr-pig-0.12.23716-1.noarch

mapr-sqoop-1.4.4.23554-1.noarch

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