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package daemon // import ""
import (
containertypes ""
// createContainerOSSpecificSettings performs host-OS specific container create functionality
func (daemon *Daemon) createContainerOSSpecificSettings(container *container.Container, config *containertypes.Config, hostConfig *containertypes.HostConfig) error {
if container.OS == runtime.GOOS {
// Make sure the host config has the default daemon isolation if not specified by caller.
if containertypes.Isolation.IsDefault(containertypes.Isolation(hostConfig.Isolation)) {
hostConfig.Isolation = daemon.defaultIsolation
} else {
// LCOW must be a Hyper-V container as you can't run a shared kernel when one
// is a Windows kernel, the other is a Linux kernel.
if containertypes.Isolation.IsProcess(containertypes.Isolation(hostConfig.Isolation)) {
return fmt.Errorf("process isolation is invalid for Linux containers on Windows")
hostConfig.Isolation = "hyperv"
parser := volume.NewParser(container.OS)
for spec := range config.Volumes {
mp, err := parser.ParseMountRaw(spec, hostConfig.VolumeDriver)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("Unrecognised volume spec: %v", err)
// If the mountpoint doesn't have a name, generate one.
if len(mp.Name) == 0 {
mp.Name = stringid.GenerateNonCryptoID()
// Skip volumes for which we already have something mounted on that
// destination because of a --volume-from.
if container.IsDestinationMounted(mp.Destination) {
volumeDriver := hostConfig.VolumeDriver
// Create the volume in the volume driver. If it doesn't exist,
// a new one will be created.
v, err := daemon.volumes.CreateWithRef(mp.Name, volumeDriver, container.ID, nil, nil)
if err != nil {
return err
// FIXME Windows: This code block is present in the Linux version and
// allows the contents to be copied to the container FS prior to it
// being started. However, the function utilizes the FollowSymLinkInScope
// path which does not cope with Windows volume-style file paths. There
// is a separate effort to resolve this (@swernli), so this processing
// is deferred for now. A case where this would be useful is when
// a dockerfile includes a VOLUME statement, but something is created
// in that directory during the dockerfile processing. What this means
// on Windows for TP5 is that in that scenario, the contents will not
// copied, but that's (somewhat) OK as HCS will bomb out soon after
// at it doesn't support mapped directories which have contents in the
// destination path anyway.
// Example for repro later:
// FROM windowsservercore
// RUN mkdir c:\myvol
// RUN copy c:\windows\system32\ntdll.dll c:\myvol
// VOLUME "c:\myvol"
// Then
// docker build -t vol .
// docker run -it --rm vol cmd <-- This is where HCS will error out.
// // never attempt to copy existing content in a container FS to a shared volume
// if v.DriverName() == volume.DefaultDriverName {
// if err := container.CopyImagePathContent(v, mp.Destination); err != nil {
// return err
// }
// }
// Add it to container.MountPoints
container.AddMountPointWithVolume(mp.Destination, v, mp.RW)
return nil