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And, considering the restrictions, this would also mean that containers started with the same name should get the same docker IP address (at least as long as someone is linking to them). Although I understand service-discovery systems can be used, it does require more knowledge and setting-up than simple links.
Because it's a I have also noticed this problem with /etc/hosts not getting updated and I also use the --rm switch. Or like I do, rebuild my api services container and deploy it and expect the backend services running in other containers to be able to access the api container without having to restart them?i see few links posted above but non of them have the solution for dynamic updating of /etc/hosts .......any idea how can i solve this Also what if you want to upgrade the database?It doesn’t mean running out and getting a gym membership.You can work on your fitness just by taking walks as you listen to podcasts.
An ambassador container could either provide dynamic routing based on some service discovery like described here: Or a simple socat which would have to be restarted in-place and therefor depends on #2733 There is actually a use case not covered by #2733 - what if I want to completely change the linked container, for example I have a service that is started with a local Redis container and I want to replace that with an ambassador that points to a remote Redis.