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Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
Welcome!
Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
test from IRC :)
David Becvarik
@l-d-j

test md

ls -l
Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
yout
Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
^ well, this happens when you have too many terminals open :)
Justin Ray Vrooman
@vroomanj
I'm getting a "Read timed out." when trying to save the image to a temporary tar file... Then it retries and fails again. Has anyone ever seen this? @goldmann
Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
@vroomanj As I replied on the issue you opened - your system is most probably too slow to deliver the exported image in 600 seconds, you need to bump DOCKER_TIMEOUT: https://github.com/goldmann/docker-squash/blob/master/docs/environment_variables.adoc
Marek Goldmann
@goldmann
but from I can say - it gives nice overview of a release
Arcadiy Ivanov
@arcivanov
Hi Marek
@goldmann
when you have a chance please take a look at the submitted PR
basically the thrust is to allow rebasing one image on another
this allows to dramatically simplify building images that are RHEL-based
creating prod image and dev image, producing final from dev and then rebasing final on prod, magically losing all dev dependencies
Arcadiy Ivanov
@arcivanov
@goldmann is this thing on? :)