What’s the different between ‘docker stop’ and ‘docker kill -s term’

According to the docs: docker stop <containerName> will send a SIGTERM to the main process inside the container docker kill -s <signal> <containerName> will send an arbitrary signal to the main process inside the container. This suggests to me that docker stop is equivalent to docker kill -s term. However, that’s not the case. When…

host command resolves IP address but gives host not found error

I am having issues with one of the EC2 instance where I have application dying because it is not able to resolve other systems in the same VPC. When I run host ip-10.123.22.100 command on a server, I get this response back. ip-10.123.22.100.corp.domain.com has address 10.123.22.100 Host ip-10.123.22.100.corp.domain.com not found: 3(NXDOMAIN) Host ip-10.123.22.100.corp.domain.com not found:…