Docker containers on your Mac can get their time skewed over the time your Mac sleeps and wakes up. This happens because Docker doesn't sync container time with host hardware clock on wake up. This can be a nag when you are dealing with an API server like Amazon S3, which requires requests to be signed with time and a very short expiry.
Fortunately, the fix isn't that hard with the
brew install sleepwatcher brew services start sleepwatcher echo /usr/local/bin/docker run --rm --privileged \ node:argon hwclock -s > ~/.wakeup chmod +x ~/.wakeup
What does this do? Using
sleepwatcher, schedule a forced
hwclock -s sync in containers each time the Mac wakes up from sleep. Here I'm using
node:argon as my OS name. Be sure to replace that with the OS image you are using.