[Fuego] Fuego docker container size keeps growing and hits maximum storage capacity

Tim.Bird at sony.com Tim.Bird at sony.com
Wed Nov 14 07:42:54 UTC 2018


This seems like a band-aid rather than a fix, but here's some information
about turning down the logging for Jenkins.  A proper fix would be to figure
out what error in your networking setup is causing the DNS errors, and fix
that.  But disabling logging might help.

Here's the logging level fix:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31719756/how-to-stop-jenkins-log-from-becoming-huge

See the last answer in that thread.  It has a workaround to turn off DNSMultiCast,
which might be the cause of the problem.
 --  Tim



> > -----Original Message-----
...

> 
> Looks like it could be related to this bug in Jenkins, having to do with
> multicast:
> https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-25369
> 
> I would truncate the log file, stop the container, and see if there's some way
> to
> disable DNSMultiCast.  Something appears to have gone wrong with your
> network
> configuration.  It could be the docker virtual network, or maybe something
> has
> changed about your physical networks.
> 
>  -- Tim
> 
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