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Re: [atomic] Roadmap for adding Docker 1.13 to Project Atomic?


Thanks for your response. I completely understand the testing against not breaking Kubermetes and Openshift. I hope to see an update in about 4-6 weeks since Docker 1.13 was just officially release I believe last Friday.

I do understand the reason for the release schedule in regards to CentOS Atomic. That stability is why I chose it this release. 
I guess if I want to test with a more cutting-edge release, I should bring up a server with Fedora. Atomic Host  :-)

I have another question, but I’ll submit it in a new post.

Thanks again.


> On Jan 21, 2017, at 9:15 PM, Josh Berkus <jberkus redhat com> wrote:
> On 01/21/2017 09:06 PM, Steve Poe wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am a new user to Project Atomic. I am using the CentOS Linux
>> release 7.2.1511 Core with the docker-latest 1.12.1. Is there a
>> scheduled roadmap to implementing Docker 1.13. Maybe I have missed it
>> in one of your blogs, but it is possible to update the docker binary
>> to the latest release?
>> Thanks for a fairly simple product to use and I appreciate the
>> lean/compact OS to run containers on.
> Thanks!
> We expect to release Docker 1.13 for Fedora Atomic Host about a month or
> so after Docker releases it, *provided* that it doesn't break Kubernetes
> and OpenShift.  If it does, it could be longer before 1.13 gets added in.
> We're also working on adding Docker itself using a system container,
> which would then allow you to run whichever version you wanted.  If you
> can contribute to this effort, please volunteer.
> CentOS Atomic Host will almost certainly be later to carry 1.13, because
> CentOS mirrors the versions carried by Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which
> is very conservative about library changes (on purpose).
> -- 
> --
> Josh Berkus
> Project Atomic
> Red Hat OSAS

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