As you know from a previous blog post, lately we have been dealing with catching unhandled exceptions from inside of containers.
In recent blog posts container-exception-logger (CEL) and catching unhandled Python exceptions we’ve introduced new tools for containers. Adding the tools to your Fedora container allows you to catch Python exceptions in the container and get logs of them to the host.
Previously, there wasn’t a way how to easily get information from inside of a container to a host. Therefore, we’ve developed a new tool container-exception-logger which allows you to send data from the container to host log. The main reason why we’ve created this tool is to get users to know about problems which appear inside of containers.
We’ve made it possible to run FAF and required database inside Openshift in two separated containers. In this blog post, you will find information about the containers and how to deploy them in Openshift.
We are dealing with a question how to detect and catch unhandled python exception inside of containers and collect/display them on the host (OpenShift, logs, ABRT, …).