· Feb 14, 2023

Installing/Running Arbiter Container using Podman

Does anyone have experience with installing the Arbiter Container using Podman instead of Docker in a Red Hat environment? I was able to pull down the docker image, but unsure what are the next steps as I am confused on how to start the container using Podman and ensure the parameters are set appropriately? Does anyone have the steps that I should take? Should I go through the WRC? Does the WRC have experience using Podman?

Or should I just install the ISC Agent instead of using the Container?

Please and thanks,

Scott Roth

Product version: IRIS 2022.2
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I am not too familar with podman as I have used it only a couple of times. I downloaded the repository, but I am not sure where to go from there.

If I just try...

[XXXXX@int-intarb-vt01 ~]$ sudo podman run
Trying to pull
Error: initializing source docker:// reading manifest latest in manifest unknown: The named manifest is not known to the registry.


I just searched history and found these commands somebody else had used. Maybe some could help you:

sudo podman login

sudo podman search

sudo podman image list

sudo podman pull

sudo podman search --list-tags