Image Overview: consul

Overview: consul Chainguard Image

Minimal image with Consul.

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Using Consul

The Chainguard Consul image contains the consul binary and a script.

This script expects to be run as root and uses su-exec to drop permissions to a consul user itself. The default entrypoint uses the entrypoint script.

$ docker run
==> Starting Consul agent...
              Version: '1.15.2'
           Build Date: '2023-03-30 17:51:19 +0000 UTC'
              Node ID: '82ed4fdf-4602-c15b-6547-6a85588a0de4'
            Node name: 'd1503dbb6c54'
           Datacenter: 'dc1' (Segment: '<all>')
               Server: true (Bootstrap: false)
          Client Addr: [] (HTTP: 8500, HTTPS: -1, gRPC: 8502, gRPC-TLS: 8503, DNS: 8600)
         Cluster Addr: (LAN: 8301, WAN: 8302)
    Gossip Encryption: false
     Auto-Encrypt-TLS: false
            HTTPS TLS: Verify Incoming: false, Verify Outgoing: false, Min Version: TLSv1_2
             gRPC TLS: Verify Incoming: false, Min Version: TLSv1_2
     Internal RPC TLS: Verify Incoming: false, Verify Outgoing: false (Verify Hostname: false), Min Version: TLSv1_2

==> Log data will now stream in as it occurs:

Last updated: 2024-04-11 12:38