Manus
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DO180 chapter7 7.2 mysql pod not running

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Hi,

I'm stuck on step 7.2. The mysql pod stuck at status containerCreating.

I'm trying to restart this lab many times but issue still persist.

Anybody facing the same issue?

 

 

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ricardodacosta
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Re: DO180 chapter7 7.2 mysql pod not running

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Hey @Manus 

I may be wrong but it looks like this activity may have a solutions directory, we sometimes include that directory which has completed, working versions of the files you're expected to edit in an activity.

Have a look at:

/home/student/DO180/solutions/multicontainer-design/

You can compare your files, to the ones in the activity by running:

sdiff -w solution_file your_file

I often use this command in the project as part of my troubleshooting workflow:

oc get events --sort-by='.lastTimestamp' 

I hope that this helps you!

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Deanna
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Re: DO180 chapter7 7.2 mysql pod not running

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@Manus thank you for being a member of our the Red Hat Learning Community! Where you able to resolve this issue? I have reached out to a few folks in the meantime to assist, but would love to see if you made any progress here and have lessons learned.

Thanks!

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ricardodacosta
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Re: DO180 chapter7 7.2 mysql pod not running

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Hey @Manus 

I may be wrong but it looks like this activity may have a solutions directory, we sometimes include that directory which has completed, working versions of the files you're expected to edit in an activity.

Have a look at:

/home/student/DO180/solutions/multicontainer-design/

You can compare your files, to the ones in the activity by running:

sdiff -w solution_file your_file

I often use this command in the project as part of my troubleshooting workflow:

oc get events --sort-by='.lastTimestamp' 

I hope that this helps you!

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