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Passing in environment variables?

asked 2015-09-17 15:19:11 +0000

xaeth gravatar image

updated 2015-09-17 15:19:54 +0000

I'm working on a docker image that needs to have the SSH_AUTH_SOCK env variable referenced in the docker command when run. When atomic runs the command, it is empty.

$ sudo atomic run --name=test rspec-puppet:puppet3 
[sudo] password: 
docker run -t --name test -v /home/me//puppet/module:/module:z -v :/ssh-agent:z -e SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/ssh-agent rspec-puppet:puppet3
invalid value ":/ssh-agent:z" for flag -v: bad format for volumes: :/ssh-agent:z
See 'docker run --help'.

I am running this through sudo, but I have sudo passing keeping the variable in my environment, and checking that works fine.

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answered 2015-09-17 20:21:19 +0000

Have you looked at using the opt* variables for atomic? You should be able to pass the value of from the shell ENV value into the docker run line like this:

LABEL RUN="docker run -t --name NAME -v \$(pwd):/module:z -v \${OPT1}:/ssh-agent:z -e SSH_AUTH_SOCK=\${OPT1} IMAGE"

sudo atomic run --name=test --opt1=$SSH_AUTH_SOCK rspec-puppet:puppet3

That would let you be flexible in the container spec and on the commandline to pick up the right shell ENV value.

I did a trivial test and came up with this:

export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=larry
sudo atomic run --name=test --opt1=$SSH_AUTH_SOCK 653c1bd4db1e
docker run -t --name test -v /var/home/fedora/rspec:/module:z -v larry:/ssh-agent:z -e SSH_AUTH_SOCK=larry 653c1bd4db1e

which looks like what you want using that LABEL construction.

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That definitely works, and its better than the whole command, but still makes me sad

xaeth ( 2015-09-18 17:21:54 +0000 )edit

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