Reply to post: Re: Caching?

Ready for pull rate limits? Docker outlines 'next chapter' as Google tells customers how to dodge subscriptions


Re: Caching?

Serious users paying $5~7 dollars a month for unlimited is not that cynical, I think. The company has to survive. The price might not be right however. They might try adding $12 a year + micro-fees per download as an alternative - makes more sense to have a bandwidth charge.

And there you have provided the workaround - - if you can trust it.

I pulled the docker version of "verdaccio" (which is the open source self-hosting server for npm). Ironically, starting verdaccio on docker up maxed out CPU usage indefinitely and I had no easy way to figure out was happening. (Ironic because verdaccio is to npm what docker-registry-proxy is to docker, almost). So I installed the apt version of verdaccio on a LXC (linux container) instead and it works fine. (Note: It probably wasn't the container that was the problem, but I don't KNOW that, and that's a problem.)

So I would say the bigger problem for serious users is verifying content of docker containers.

POST COMMENT House rules

Not a member of The Register? Create a new account here.

  • Enter your comment

  • Add an icon

Anonymous cowards cannot choose their icon

Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2021