On 8 April 2014 at 04:50, Cyril Brulebois <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I don't think this should stay upon purge.
Hmm, I tend to agree, but what if the user has specified "--bridge" on
their daemon to change the bridge interface Docker uses before they
purge? Or what if they're using "docker0" explicitly configured in
"/etc/network/interfaces" (or elsewhere) for their own use either in
conjunction with or irrespective of Docker?
If we have a good way to determine whether the bridge interface is the
one that Docker automatically created by default, I'm all for purging
it, but otherwise I think this is potentially network-breaking
dangerous territory for us to mess with, isn't it?