BogdanB
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DO180 comprehensive review question

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Hi

regarding the container image.  The following command is not specified in the requirements but it is present in the solution

chmod  -R 755 ${NEXUS_HOME}

If you dont include this then your container will not work on openshift even tough it will run properly on your local workstation.

Can someone tell me what I'm missing here ?

Without this command then nexus home permission mode is 700 but the container is running as a nexus user so why should  as requested so why this is happening ?

Is this something related to OpenShift or Nexus in particular ?

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tat
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Re: DO180 comprehensive review question

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Openshift (out of the box) does not honor the user specified in the Container-/Dockerfile but rather assigns a random user id. However the randomly assigned user is part of the root GROUP. Therefore group permission flags are needed.

Best practice:

RUN chgrp -R 0 directory && chmod -R g=u directory

USER 1001

best regards,
Alexander

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tat
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Re: DO180 comprehensive review question

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Openshift (out of the box) does not honor the user specified in the Container-/Dockerfile but rather assigns a random user id. However the randomly assigned user is part of the root GROUP. Therefore group permission flags are needed.

Best practice:

RUN chgrp -R 0 directory && chmod -R g=u directory

USER 1001

best regards,
Alexander

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