Install Docker on Enterprise Linux platforms and troubleshoot
Docker is required to run Python/Powershell scripts
and integrations in a controlled environment.
Cortex XSOAR supports the latest Docker Engine release from Docker
and the corresponding supported Linux
distributions which include their own Docker Engine package.
In addition, older versions of Docker Engine released within the
last 12 months are supported unless there is a known compatibility
issue with a specific Docker Engine version. In case of a compatibility
issue, Cortex XSOAR will publish an advisory notifying customers
to upgrade their Docker Engine version.
You can use a version that is not supported. However, when encountering
an issue that requires Customer Support involvement, you may be
asked to upgrade to a supported version before assistance can be
Docker Enterprise has been acquired by Mirantis and is now referred
to as Mirantis Container Runtime. If you wish to use the Mirantis
Container Runtime follow the deployment guide for your
operating system distribution.
Post Installation Troubleshooting
If you installed Cortex XSOAR before installing Docker, verify
the demisto operating system user is part of the docker operating
system group. Run
to verify. For
uid=997(demisto) gid=997(demisto) groups=997(demisto),998(docker)
needed, add the demisto user to the operating system group: