The Docker developers have announced the availability of Docker 1.11.2, the second maintenance update for the Docker 1.11 stable series of rhe widely used Linux container engine.

Docker 1.11.2 has been in development for the past one and a half months, during which it received a single Release Candidate (RC) build that included the same changes available now in the final build.

Among these, we can mention improved networking support by patching an issue that made the “docker inspect”, “docker ps”, and “docker port” commands to report the wrong port, as well as fixing a stale endpoint problem for overlay networks, which occurred due to clumsy reboots.

CentOS and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS support has been improved

Moreover, it looks like Docker 1.11.2 attempts to fix the support for running 32-bit binaries under the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system, and improves devicemapper support for CentOS Linux series of distributions by patching a “hang” issue with the “docker ps” command.

There are multiple other bugfixes included in the Docker 1.11.2 release, which should be available as we speak in the main software repositories of your favorite GNU/Linux operating system, so please update to it as soon as possible to fix the issues mentioned in the release notes.

Talking about release notes, the full Docker 1.11.2 changelog has been attached below. Check it out if you want to know what exactly has been resolved. In the meantime, you can download the Docker 1.11.2 sources and binaries for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X/Darwin, and Microsoft Windows OSes right now via our website.

On this occasion, we would like to remind you that Docker 1.11 was a major release that brought over 90 changes, including support for the ARM64 (AArch64 / ARM 64-bit) instruction set architecture, support for using a SOCKS proxy, support for external credential stores, and support for sending logs to Google Cloud.

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