I am working on building an automated test suite based on selenium where I can spawn bots that I can control and use to test my webapp. Doing this itself is trivial, however, I want to spawn the selenium nodes such that their network conditions can be controlled by ‘tc’ linux command, as I want ..
I am running a REST API in a container started from a node-chrome-debug image and I am trying to consume it from a Selenium Webdriver script executed on the node. However, when I try to hit the API on http:localhost:5000 via RestSharp, I receive the following message: Error: ‘Connection refused [::ffff:127.0.0.1]:8000 (127.0.0.1:8000)’ The configuration of ..
I am looking to run a Python script that requires selenium. Since the script will run in a Docker container, I have to install both a browser and a webdriver. Which browser/webdriver is more suitable? I mean which browser+webdriver couple is the most lightweight? Notes: I do not need any GUI nor to forward any ..
I am looking to run a Python script that requires selenium. Since the script will run in a Docker container, I have to install both a browser and a webdriver. Which browser/webdriver is more suitable? I mean the fastest, the lightest, the most efficient generally speaking. Notes: I do not need any GUI nor to ..
I tried to execute the karate script using webdriver docker containers – selenium/node-chrome-debug:latest and selenium/node-firefox-debug:latest. I could able to execute the karate script in chrome container but not in firefox container . Its throwing – http response code: 500 "Reached error page: about:neterror?e=connectionFailure" , although proxy is set , its not loading any page instead ..
I am trying to set up an Selenium Grid to run test in Edge Browser. I am trying to set this up in my local Mac OS machine and if all is good, I will set it up in the Build machine. The issue I am facing is the Selenium Node ( Edge Image ) ..
I’m trying to connect selenium inside docker container in Python. I’m using M1 mac. The steps I took were $ docker run -d -p 4444:4444 –shm-size="2g" selenium/standalone-chrome:4.0.0-rc-1-prerelease-20210804 (This command was referenced from https://github.com/SeleniumHQ/docker-selenium ) executing Python code below. from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.common.desired_capabilities import DesiredCapabilities driver = webdriver.Remote( command_executor="http://localhost:4444/wd/hub", desired_capabilities=DesiredCapabilities.CHROME ) driver.get("https://stackoverflow.com/") print(driver.title) driver.quit() ..
How do I prevent containers that use selenium from ‘freezing’ after getting OOM errors and seeing Failed to start thread – pthread_create failed (EAGAIN)? What is the root cause and how do I fix it? Further, how can I test the solution locally and how can I implement the solution on AWS? Source: Docker..
I have this docker-compose.yml file from here that I am using to open selenium hub and node on mac OS . I changed host port to 65299 , as I got error that 4444 is being used. I have docker desktop 3.5.1 installed version: "3" services: selenium-hub: image: selenium/hub container_name: selenium-hub ports: – "65299:4444" chrome: ..
I have 3 docker containers: Web app End to end tests: These are selenium tests for the above web app Selenium: I am using this: https://hub.docker.com/r/selenium/standalone-chrome I am spinning up the containers with compose as follows: web-app: build: context: . dockerfile: web.dockerfile image: web-app command: poetry run ./manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000 ports: – 8000:8000 e2e-tests: build: ..