I have 4 machines, and set up Rancher in one, and created a kubenetes cluster called ml with all machines joined, and a project called Default with some Namespaces like tf1, tf2 and torch…, in which I have deployed some stateful workloads like tf232, and there are some pods inside the workload. The pods are ..
I am going along with the rancher official course and I am stuck at this step when I try to upgrade my single node cluster to 3 node cluster I get an error that says "failed to check health for etcd host [—.—.—.—]: failed to get /health for host [—.—.—.—]: Get "https://—.—.—.—:2379/health": net/http: TLS handshake ..
I’m having a problem with superset on kubernetes. After installing superset when the pod comes down and goes up, the configurations are not saved and i lost the admin user i have created with the command: docker exec -it superset superset fab create-admin –username admin –firstname Superset –lastname Admin –email [email protected] –password admin After that ..
I’m trying to create a superset instance in Rancher but it do not prompted me to a admin user creation and I cant get past through login. I already tried admin/admin but it shows me "login failed". Is there any step that I’m skipping? My .yml file is based in https://howchoo.com/kubernetes/how-to-install-apache-superset-on-a-gke-kubernetes-cluster . Source: Docker..
I am struggling with the following issue: chmod: /var/run/postgresql: Operation not permitted chown: /var/lib/postgresql/data/my-data: Operation not permitted I tried the following tricks according to GitHubuser and past posts: :z trick change the user that ran the pod (not 0 ids but the psql id) change the POSTGRES_USER to root I got a local cluster running ..
I have application deployed on kubernetes container along with logger SideCar fluent/fluent-bit:1.0.6 using But logger container fails with below error. Since fluent.conf comes inside docker image does any know how to fix below error Error in logger container: [2021/04/01 20:53:10] [ Error] File /fluentd/etc/fluent.conf [2021/04/01 20:53:10] [ Error] Error in line 33: Invalid indentation level ..
I have setup: Rancher (1.6.30) and Docker (18.09.9). When I create a rancher cluster from docker-compose: version: ‘2’ services: mongo: image: mongo:4.4.2 stdin_open: true volumes: – /var/lib/mongo/data/db:/data/db tty: true ports: – 27017:27017/tcp app1: image: XX stdin_open: true tty: true ports: – 10503:80/tcp labels: io.rancher.container.pull_image: always app2: image: XX stdin_open: true tty: true ports: – 10504:8080/tcp ..
I am setting up an environment with Docker Swarm, Rancher and Portainer. In my environment it worked perfectly, however when I put the machines into production (virtualized with Proxmox), Portainer does not work. It has the error Unable to connect to the Docker endpoint. Looking at the logs in the Portainer agent I have this ..
I am working on a react web application, which may require multi language support. I am using i18n-next which internally loads the required configuration file from specific directory based on the language selected by user. The word or scentences that needs to be translated may increase based the screens that user going to add and ..
I have a question about using Docker with Harbor and Rancher. I have a container A which have dependencies a, b and c and another container B which have dependencies a, b and d. As you can see container A and B have two same dependencies (a and b). Does Harbor/Rancher keep for each one ..