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Stop requiring Db2 to be run in a --privileged container
Using the ibmcom_db2 docker image, even when adding a license to it, or installing licensed Db2 to a container based on a supported O/S requires running in a docker container with the --privileged switch. This is not a good practice and cannot be used in production as it is a security risk. It means the container essentially has root access to its host. I don't know why Db2 thinks it needs this level of access to the host O/S and devices, but it shouldn't be necessary. An application should not care if it's running in a container and require extra privileges, as long as that container is based on a supported O/S.
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