I have recently installed Cloudron on a VM, had it all set up and working. I restarted the server and the site never came up. I have the log which shows:
Does anyone know what may be causing the error?
@harrowsmith this seems like mysql is down. Can you check systemctl status mysql and maybe systemctl restart mysql ? If it's not starting, check journalctl -u mysql.
systemctl status mysql
systemctl restart mysql
journalctl -u mysql
mysql is running.
I've actually managed to get past that but now get this error instead.
@harrowsmith looks like something else is running on port 3003? I think lsof -i TCP:3003 will tell you what that is.
lsof -i TCP:3003
@girish No output when I run that command, it has not wrote to the logs since booting up the VM this morning. Latest logs are from 22:50 last night
@harrowsmith can you run docker network inspect cloudron to see if the network it tries to bind on is actually created?
docker network inspect cloudron