If you receive an error that you Cannot Create Custom Docker Image (some Debian distribution repositories are disabled and cannot be accessed), update a Python Docker base image that will not try to reach the disabled sources.
Cortex XSOAR uses a Docker image and does not spin more containers. If there are no free containers, a new is one opened. If you see in the
Limit the available CPU for each container.
If you have configured the
If swap limit capabilities are enabled, in Cortex XSOAR, configure the memory limitation.
Executes containers as non-root internal users. For additional security isolation, we recommend to run Docker with non-root internal users.
A comma-separated list of containers that do not support non-root internal users. For more information, see Run Docker with Non-Root Internal Users.
Whether to limit available CPU. Used with
Whether to limit memory. Used with
The Docker image you want to define as the base image. Can be used to change the default PowerShell image in a PowerShell script or integration without a specified Docker image. For example: demisto/powershell:188.8.131.5228.
Sets the default Docker image. You can use a custom Docker image by setting the value for this key to the Docker image. If the Docker image is not available on the system, it will make a request to pull the image from Docker Hub to the server. If this is set, it will use this Docker image as the default Docker image for all integrations or automations that do not explicitly specify a Docker image.
The registry you want to point to. For example:
Sets specific Docker image settings. For more information, see:
Assigns a Docker network used by AWS integration’s Docker container. For more information, see Assign a Docker Network for a Docker Image.
Runs integrations that use the demisto/chromium docker image with the Docker network external. For more information, see Block Internal Network Access.
The Cortex XSOAR Server launches a Python Docker container by running a Python loop script. This configuration overrides the default path to the Python loop script. For more information, see Install a Cortex XSOAR Engine.
The Cortex XSOAR Server launches a Powershell Docker container by running a Powershell loop script. This configuration overrides the default path to the Powershell loop script. For more information, see Install a Cortex XSOAR Engine.