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Fix Docker not using /etc/hosts on MacOS

On my MacBook with Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and Docker 1.12.0, Docker did not read manually set DNS entries from the /etc/hosts file.

When I executed „docker push“ for example, this resulted in „no such hosts“ errors:

Put http://shuttle:5000/v1/repositories/webfrontend/: dial tcp: lookup shuttle on 192.168.65.1:53: no such host

On Mac OS, Docker is running in a host container itself. Thus, you’ll have to add DNS entries to the container’s /etc/hosts file. To fix it, get into the running Docker Host:

screen ~/Library/Containers/com.docker.docker/Data/com.docker.driver.amd64-linux/tty

This took a while on my machine, I needed to press Ctrl+C for the login prompt to show up. Log in with „root“ (no password required).

Edit the /etc/hosts file in the Docker Host using vi:

vi /etc/hosts

Note: Insert after pressing „i“, save by pressing Escape and then type „:wq“ <Return>.

Restart the Docker Daemon with:

service docker restart

Detach from the screen session by pressing Ctrl+A, then press D.

Docker should now use the correct /etc/hosts entries.

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