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DinD Support in Kubernetes 1.22

Many thanks for all your responses, that's truly appreciated 🙇 🙇

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issue commentactions-runner-controller/actions-runner-controller

DinD Support in Kubernetes 1.22

My guess is that in your DinD image, you are not relaying on the Docker socket (/var/run/docker.sock) and running Docker within it independently. Not sure if this guess is correct https://github.com/actions-runner-controller/actions-runner-controller/blob/master/runner/startup.sh#L48

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DinD Support in Kubernetes 1.22

Hi,

I am just opening this issue to double check about the Kubernetes release 1.22, which dropped support for DinD https://kubernetes.io/blog/2020/12/02/dont-panic-kubernetes-and-docker/

That would break the current implementation in the actions-runner-controller AFAIK, is it something in your roadmap and addressed, or nothing to worry about for your case? I am just wondering as I am heavily depending on actions-runner-controller and it's DinD support.

Thanks 🙏

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