[Haskell-cafe] Static executables in minimal Docker containers
michael at snoyman.com
Mon Apr 13 18:50:27 UTC 2015
I'm not sure if this issue would show up, but I can try it in Fedora
tomorrow. I didn't address the linker warning at all right now, it seems to
not have been triggered, though I suppose it is possible that it's the
cause of this issue.
On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 7:10 PM Greg Weber <greg at gregweber.info> wrote:
> Haskell is not that great at producing statically linked libraries
> independent of the OS.
> The issue you are running into would likely show up in another non-ubuntu
> image (or even possibly a different version of an ubuntu image), so you
> could probably use a Fedora image that has tracing.
> How are you addressing the linker warning about needing a particular glibc
> version at runtime?
> On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 3:28 AM, Sharif Olorin <sharif.olorin at gmail.com>
>> Unfortunately, strace and ltrace aren't available in that Docker image,
>>> but it's a good idea to see if I can get them running there somehow.
>> Failing that, you might be able to get useful information of the same
>> kind by running docker (the server, not the `docker run` command) under
>> perf and then running your busybox container. It should at least give
>> you an idea of what it's doing when it explodes.
>> : https://perf.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Tutorial
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