We have a slightly older Docker server running on RHEL 6.6. It's not well-supported by our operations team right now, so we can't upgrade easily. Right now it runs Docker 1.3.2 from an EPEL repo. If I ssh in it does everything that I need for proofs-of-concept that will hopefully help me push management to improve the infrastructure support for Docker down the road.
I set it up to listen on TCP/TLS, and I'm able to connect to it, but it refuses to run commands given by my local docker client.
$ docker version Client version: 1.4.1 Client API version: 1.16 Go version (client): go1.4 Git commit (client): 5bc2ff8 OS/Arch (client): darwin/amd64 FATA Error response from daemon: client and server don't have same version (client : 1.16, server: 1.15)
I know the connection itself works because
$ cat > fig.yml test: image: busybox $ fig run --rm test sh / # hostname -f 084f75fb59d4
Is there some way I can tell the newer docker client to use the older docker API version until I can access to a newer docker host?