Finally bit the bullet and set up a Gluster Convoy deployment.
When I do
docker volume ls, I see:
I don’t know what that volume is, so I go to remove it:
root@rancher0:~/bin/convoy# docker volume rm fed5f71dd56a1e35336ee534ca8c562867b42122c42c0625329c2255c7c08a19
Error response from daemon: get fed5f71dd56a1e35336ee534ca8c562867b42122c42c0625329c2255c7c08a19: invalid character ‘H’ looking for beginning of value
I found a Docker issue claiming this is a Convoy bug, but without a link to the bug in question. What's going on here? This is Docker 1.10.3, which I understand is the latest supported by Rancher. Is Convoy still incompatible with this old Docker version? Interestingly, I don't see this volume in `convoy list`, nor do I see it in my storage pools. It seems to only exist in `docker volumes ls`. I have another volume in a similar state, though I haven't removed it from Convoy. I can't remove it via Docker. How can I remove these volumes?