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Create fully static, including rootfs embedded, binaries that pop you directly into a container. Can be run by an unprivileged user.
Check out the blog post: blog.jessfraz.com/post/getting-towards-real-sandbox-containers.
This is based off a crazy idea from @crosbymichael who first embedded an image in a binary :D
You may have noticed you can't file an issue. That's because this is using a crazy person's (aka my) fork of libcontainer and until I get the patches into upstream there's no way in hell I'm fielding issues from whoever is crazy enough to try this.
If you are interested, I have started a thread on the
with my proposed steps to make this a reality. Note, adding a
+1 is not of any
value to anyone though.
Nginx running with my user
This uses the new Golang vendoring so you need go 1.6 or
GO15VENDOREXPERIMENT=1 in your env.
You will also need
Most importantly you need userns in your kernel (
or else this won't even work.
$ make static Static container created at: ./bin/alpine Run with ./bin/alpine # building a different base image $ make static IMAGE=busybox Static container created at: ./bin/busybox Run with ./bin/busybox
$ ./alpine $ ./busybox --read-only
# let's make an small web server binary $ make static IMAGE=r.j3ss.co/hello Static container created at: ./bin/hello Run with ./bin/hello $ ./bin/hello /hello 2016/04/18 04:59:25 Starting server on port: 8080 # But we have no networking! How can we reach it! Don't worry we can fix this # Let's install my super cool binary for setting up networking in a container $ go get github.com/jessfraz/netns # now we can add this as a prestart hook $ ./bin/hello --hook prestart:netns /hello 2016/04/18 04:59:25 Starting server on port: 8080 # let's get the ip file $ cat .ip 172.19.0.10 # we can curl it $ curl -sSL $(cat .ip):8080 Hello World! Success!
$ ./bin/alpine -h _ _ _ | |__ (_)_ __ ___| |_ _ __ | '_ \| | '_ \ / __| __| '__| | |_) | | | | | (__| |_| | |_.__/|_|_| |_|\___|\__|_| Fully static, self-contained container including the rootfs that can be run by an unprivileged user. Embedded Image: alpine - sha256:70c557e50ed630deed07cbb0dc4d28aa0f2a485cf7af124cc48f06bce83f784b Version: 0.1.0 GitCommit: 13fcd27-dirty -D run in debug mode -console string the pty slave path for use with the container -d detach from the container's process -hook value Hooks to prefill into spec file. (ex. --hook prestart:netns) (default ) -id string container ID (default "nginx") -pid-file string specify the file to write the process id to -read-only make container filesystem readonly -root string root directory of container state, should be tmpfs (default "/run/binctr") -t allocate a tty for the container (default true) -v print version and exit (shorthand) -version print version and exit
The binary spawned does NOT need to oversee the container process if you run in detached mode with a PID file. You can have it watched by the user mode systemd so that this binary is really just the launcher :)