I did. I gave up figuring I had messed something up along the way and rebuilt using the ansible scripts without issue and haven't had the problem anymore.
When you delete the container, are you waiting for it to fully
terminate before recreating? Deletion is a background job - have to
wait for the processes to terminate cleanly before returning. Is the
"name" field set in your pod to a specific value, or did you use
On Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 9:33 AM, Marc Boorshtein <mboorshtein gmail com> wrote:
> I setup Origin latest on RHEL 7 in containerized mode. Both the master and
> the node are on the same server. I created a new pod based on a yaml. The
> new pod works but when I try updating the yaml by first deleting the pod
> then re-creating it it ALWAYS has the original YAML file.
> I think I'm missing something but I can't seem to find what. Any help would
> be greatly appreciated.
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