Each day when I attempt to connect to my Xibo server it’s offline. I have to stop the Docker container, attempt to start it again, receive an error, restart Docker, then start the container and the server is back up and running after a few minutes.
Some background information, I’m running Xibo 2.0.1 with Docker Desktop Version 184.108.40.206 (31259) and I have experimental features disabled. I’m on Windows 10 Version 1803, and the hardware is a Lenovo ThinkCentre M710 Tiny Desktop.
Here’s the steps I use to get the server running again in an Administrative Powershell window:
PS C:\Windows\system32> cd C:\xibo\xibo-docker-2.0.1\ PS C:\xibo\xibo-docker-2.0.1> docker-compose stop Stopping xibo-docker-201_cms-web_1 ... done Stopping xibo-docker-201_cms-db_1 ... done Stopping xibo-docker-201_cms-xmr_1 ... done PS C:\xibo\xibo-docker-2.0.1> docker-compose start Starting cms-db ... done Starting cms-xmr ... error Starting cms-web ... error ERROR: for cms-xmr Cannot start service cms-xmr: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint xibo-docker-201_cms-xmr_1 (84205e147e2553ed3d935a28460ca52ca19b3eff58081fa6a3ae1c1b8cdff129): Error starting userland proxy: mkdir /port/tcp:0.0.0.0:9505:tcp:172.20.0.2:9505: input/output error
PS C:\xibo\xibo-docker-2.0.1> docker-compose start Starting cms-db ... done Starting cms-xmr ... done Starting cms-web ... done PS C:\xibo\xibo-docker-2.0.1>
I understand there’s a bug when Windows computer is restarted, the CMS will appear to lose of its Media, Layouts and Configuration, but I don’t believe that is the issue here as the uptime is 4 days and I’ve still had to restart the container each day.