From Boot2docker, why is my docker CI image not reproducible running everywhere

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by that_lecom (1,100 points)
Thanks a lot for all your help. It uses contents of third party tarball which in-turn includes parts of Java Runtime (yes its ugly) Kindly help me to solve the issue

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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Fvz_981 (730 points)
selected Jun 4, 2016 by Olivarez
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Perhaps you should take this as a hint that your development database is too big
Then I downloaded using a browser and overwrote the bad version
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answered Mar 22, 2016 by jeanet (310 points)

Technically you can use docker for CI/CD without using it for deploying your app. Many hosting solutions are supporting docker redeploy hooks for CI purposes.
The only shared dependency between CI/local/prod/staging is docker itself.
commented Mar 23, 2016 by Goldsby (760 points)
Why Reproducibility is Important
commented Mar 23, 2016 by toepke (540 points)
Instead of configuring the host for Ruby/Python/etc
commented Mar 24, 2016 by fubshort (580 points)
Using Docker meant that the slaves could be built from scratch as well
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answered Apr 5, 2016 by Private810 (530 points)
For more info on these builders check out Ask HN: Why use Docker and what are the business cases for ...
Have a look here for a bit of theory
commented Apr 6, 2016 by gbHuro (520 points)
I have also been working with this problem. Hope this works for other people
commented Apr 7, 2016 by lbh_You (1,020 points)
This will resolve your issue
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Cer6896Preve (850 points)
For more help alternatives to or wrappers for console
You also train other guy by using first guy strength
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Ohg_Of (520 points)

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