Tarun Singh08/09/2021, 1:38 PM
Jacopo08/09/2021, 1:40 PM
? I once had this happen when the disk got full and not all required images were downloaded
docker image ls
Tarun Singh08/09/2021, 1:49 PM
# Installed images "orchest/session-sidecar:latest", "orchest/update-server:latest", "orchest/orchest-api:latest", "orchest/celery-worker:latest", "orchest/file-manager:latest", "orchest/nginx-proxy:latest", # Additional images that do not seem to be installed "orchest/jupyter-enterprise-gateway:latest", "orchest/jupyter-server:latest", "orchest/memory-server:latest", "orchest/orchest-webserver:latest", "orchest/auth-server:latest", "rabbitmq:3", "postgres:13.1",
I once had this happen when the disk got full and not all required images were downloadedThis could very well be the case here.
"Could not find the configuration file"This could be the case because the
is not installed @Jacopo Didn't want to interrupt here, just wanted to quickly drop my thoughts :)
Jacopo08/09/2021, 1:51 PM
Tarun Singh08/09/2021, 1:54 PM
Jacopo08/09/2021, 1:55 PM
@Yannick do correct me if you have a better estimateI would guess closer to 9GB given that
only gets you the bare minimal set of images.
Tarun Singh08/09/2021, 2:00 PM
Jacopo08/09/2021, 2:02 PM
ah ok ill increase the size of the diskIf you want to be on the safer side I would suggest going for a disk size of 50GB given that as part of Orchest you can build custom environments (which are actually Docker containers) and that you probably want to some disk space left for files etc.
Tarun Singh08/09/2021, 7:30 PM
message? If this message only popped up the very first time you successfully managed to start Orchest, then you can ignore this message (I made a small change yesterday so this message no longer pops up, but the commit is not yet included in a new release) . To check whether the configuration file is actually created you can check whether the file
Could not find the configuration file.
exists. Hope that helps. Is Orchest running correctly now?
Tarun Singh08/10/2021, 8:39 AM
Jacopo08/10/2021, 8:43 AM
instances with success on AWS. Smaller instances can still accommodate Orchest, it depends on what are you preferences in terms of spending vs performance.
Tarun Singh08/10/2021, 8:47 AM