Update docker on rpi3

docker

#1

I followed this link to get resinOS working on rpi3: https://resinos.io/docs/raspberrypi3/gettingstarted/. The version of docker installed is 1.10.3. Is it possible to upgrade this to some other desired version?


#2

This is the version that we currently use in our latest release. Is there any reason for upgrading to a different version? If so, which is your preferred version?


#3

I have used ce-17.03.1 before, that is the version I am comfortable with. I wanted to see how it would perform on resin.


#4

Hi @moneeb792 - We have a release with 17.* version in our pipeline. We hold off on updating until we test/ensure stability of a docker version on all our devices.


#5

Ok thanks.


#6

Yes, you can update to latest version of Docker. Docker is a tool that allows you to deploy applications inside of software containers. This can be useful for the Raspberry Pi because it allows users to run applications with very little overhead, as long as the application is packaged inside of a Docker image. You simply install Docker and run the container.