It seems that Docker/Moby 20.10.0 has been released last week. With
this release, Docker/Moby now fully supports cgroup v2, which means
Fedora CoreOS can finally switch to cgroup v2 like the rest of Fedora
has since Fedora 31.
There seems to be a rather drastic change to Docker/Moby, though. The
docker/docker-ce repo has been retired and will be archived. It
seems packaging is going to be significantly different, since the
individual components need to be orchestrated to be built now.
The docker/cli and moby/moby repos have been tagged. We seem to
already have sufficiently updated containerd and runc already, so it
seems the packaging for moby-engine needs to be restructured to deal
with the new method of building and shipping it.
I figured it'd be worth sending an email because the docker-ce repo
isn't getting tagged and I am unsure if the infrastructure would have
picked up this change and notified anybody. Hopefully we can get
Docker/Moby 20.10.0 into Fedora soon and have Fedora CoreOS switch to
真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!
Hey all. We have a program to help get Fedora OS more broadly tested on ARM
hardware. While Fedora IoT is the main focus, we also have some budget to
supply small devices directly to project contributors who are working on
Fedora CoreOS. If this would help you, let me know (off-list). I'll need
your shipping address and which device (or possibly devices) you could use
from this list:
The Raspberry Pi 400 is also an option, but be aware that this is not going
to be magic and smooth and probably doesn't even work right now, so I'd
prefer to reserve those for people with experience in hardware enablement.
Fedora Project Leader