Daily blurbs Feb. 2020

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4 Feb 2020 (Tue)

08:35:00 # Life gcloud builds submit failed for me today with a mysterious error message. kaniko issue?

gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:latest
INFO[0000] Resolved base name debian to debian          
INFO[0000] Resolved base name debian to debian          
INFO[0000] Retrieving image manifest debian             
INFO[0001] Retrieving image manifest debian             
INFO[0001] Built cross stage deps: map[]                
INFO[0001] Retrieving image manifest debian             
INFO[0002] Retrieving image manifest debian             
INFO[0002] Checking for cached layer gcr.io/tokyodebian/image/cache:88873a72c8798e7e8744bd668a4fe942e03fe903bfe4d69703c00b13f70943a9... 
INFO[0003] No cached layer found for cmd RUN apt-get clean && apt-get update && apt-get install -yq     clang     make     tar     zip     && apt-get clean 
INFO[0003] Unpacking rootfs as cmd RUN apt-get clean && apt-get update && apt-get install -yq     clang     make     tar     zip     && apt-get clean requires it. 
error building image: error building stage: failed to get filesystem from image: error removing var/run to make way for new symlink: unlinkat /var/run/docker.sock: device or resource busy
ERROR
ERROR: build step 0 "gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:latest" failed: exit status 1
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ERROR: (gcloud.builds.submit) build f6a8f12e-e686-4850-9094-52746e11e742 completed with status "FAILURE"

	
steps:
- name: 'gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:latest'
  args:
    - --cache-repo=gcr.io/$PROJECT_ID/image/cache
    - --cache=true
    - --no-push
	

1 Feb 2020 (Sat)

10:19:16 # Life FUSE behaving differently from what I expected. I thought after RELEASE there's no READ, but apparently if you do mmap and close and read, it causes a READ after RELEASE. Having read through the documentation it doesn't seem like it's expected behavior. Maybe I am dreaming. I can make it reliably happen if I do sleep(1) in OPEN handler.


Junichi Uekawa