Jimi Jimi - 10 months ago 84
Node.js Question

Docker - no such file or directory

I'm receiving an error from docker when I run my docker file. It's saying the /var/lib/docker/aufs/layers/xxxx: no such file or directory when I run Docker build .

I have tried numerous ways to remove containers and images so I'm pretty much stock on this one.


The Docker file is:

FROM node:6

RUN git clone https://github.com/preboot/angular2-webpack.git

WORKDIR angular2-webpack

RUN sed -i.bak 's/--port 8080/--host --port 8080/'
package.json RUN npm i

CMD [ "npm", "run", "start" ]

The complete console output is:

Sending build context to Docker daemon
9.728 kB
Step 1 : FROM node:6
6: Pulling from library/node
6a5a5368e0c2: Already exists
7b9457ec39de: Already exists
ff18e19c2db4: Already exists
6a3d69edbe90: Already exists
0ce4b037e17f: Already exists
82252a100d5a: Already exists
Status: Downloaded newer image for node:6
---> 9873603dc506 Step 2 :
RUN git clone https://github.com/preboot/angular2-webpack.git open
no such file or directory User:docker-test


The issue was resolved thanks to @BMitchs' recommendation:

  1. rm -rf /var/lib/docker/*

  2. Uninstall Docker completely

  3. re install docker

Answer Source

With that sort of corruption, I'd give a full docker wipe a try, rm -rf /var/lib/docker/*. Before doing that, backup any data (volumes), then shutdown docker, and you'll need to pull or rebuild all your images again. If there are still problems with aufs, try changing the filesystem driver, e.g. changing to dockerd -s overlay2 in your service startup.

It doesn't hurt to check for common issues, like running out of disk space or old version of the application, first.