Question

.NET 5 On APP Platform. Failing Health Checks.

Posted July 22, 2021 171 views
Docker

I am unable to get my health checks to pass. Not enough information is present in the log to help me diagnose.

My app spec is

name: div-4-io
region: sfo
services:
- dockerfile_path: /div4.io/div4.io/Dockerfile
  github:
    branch: main
    deploy_on_push: true
    repo: Division4Studios/div4.io
  health_check:
    http_path: /health
  http_port: 8080
  instance_count: 1
  instance_size_slug: basic-xxs
  name: div-4-io
  routes:
  - path: /
  source_dir: /div4.io/
[2021-07-22 02:43:24] warn: Microsoft.AspNetCore.DataProtection.Repositories.FileSystemXmlRepository[60]
[2021-07-22 02:43:24]       Storing keys in a directory '/root/.aspnet/DataProtection-Keys' that may not be persisted outside of the container. Protected data will be unavailable when container is destroyed.
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This is the last line on my deployment log.

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Hello @ernest10b3d1c17215b9b22e91 ,

We could possibly think that the deployment failed due to following reason :“deploy readiness probe failed”. This error typically means, either you are not running the application on public interface (0.0.0.0) and rather running it on localhost or private networking.

Since, we don’t have your App ID or account info here, we assume, this could be possibly be your reason for failure.

Please remove the localhost and change that value to 0.0.0.0 public interface, you will move forward with this error. Try it out and keep us posted.

Cheers,
Sri Charan

  • I am not sure if this is my App ID.

    But I could only find the app name? div-4-io?

    I am not quite sure how to set this to broadcast on this app platform or docker here at 0.0.0.0.

    I actually have the ability to run this broadcasting on 0.0.0.0 on my docker desktop and it works just fine.

    But on this docker app thing its just not working.