First, thanks to the whole Mender team for a great product! I am currently evaluating it but from what I see in terms of ease of use, code repositories and documentation, Mender is very pleasing to work with. Great job !
I am writing because I am attempting to deploy the demo server. It comes up but I cannot login: the screen stays on the login page and the debugger shows me one of the XHR failed with a 400/Bad Gateway error at the openresty level:
This is the 2.3.0
integration tag, as described by the docs but I get the same behavior when I pick up the
integration repo HEAD (which I have at
I am running inside an Ubuntu bionic VM managed using Vagrant (VirtualBox provider) to match the suggested OS version. I have
Docker version 19.03.9, build 9d988398e7 and
docker-compose version 1.25.5, build 8a1c60f6.
All containers appear to look fine:
vagrant@ubuntu-bionic:~/integration-2.3.0$ ./demo ps Name Command State Ports ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- integration230_mender-api-gateway_1 /entrypoint.sh Up 0.0.0.0:443->443/tcp, 80/tcp integration230_mender-conductor_1 /srv/start_conductor.sh Up (healthy) 0.0.0.0:8080->8080/tcp, 8090/tcp integration230_mender-create- /usr/bin/workflows --confi ... Up 8080/tcp artifact-worker_1 integration230_mender-deployments_1 /entrypoint.sh --config /e ... Up 8080/tcp integration230_mender-device-auth_1 /usr/bin/deviceauth --conf ... Up 8080/tcp integration230_mender- /usr/local/bin/docker-entr ... Up 9200/tcp, 9300/tcp elasticsearch_1 integration230_mender-gui_1 /entrypoint.sh nginx Up 80/tcp integration230_mender-inventory_1 /usr/bin/inventory --confi ... Up 8080/tcp integration230_mender-mongo_1 docker-entrypoint.sh mongod Up 27017/tcp integration230_mender-redis_1 /redis/entrypoint.sh Up 6379/tcp integration230_mender-useradm_1 /usr/bin/useradm --config ... Up 8080/tcp integration230_mender-workflows- /usr/bin/workflows --confi ... Up 8080/tcp server_1 integration230_minio_1 /usr/bin/docker-entrypoint ... Up (healthy) 9000/tcp integration230_storage-proxy_1 /usr/local/openresty/bin/o ... Up 0.0.0.0:9000->9000/tcp
I have the required entries in
vagrant@ubuntu-bionic:~/integration-2.3.0$ cat /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost # The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts ::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback fe00::0 ip6-localnet ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix ff02::1 ip6-allnodes ff02::2 ip6-allrouters ff02::3 ip6-allhosts 127.0.1.1 ubuntu-bionic ubuntu-bionic 127.0.0.1 s3.docker.mender.io 127.0.0.1 docker.mender.io
And I don’t see any error messages when everything comes up:
vagrant@ubuntu-bionic:~/integration-2.3.0$ ./demo up Starting the Mender demo environment... Creating network "integration230_mender" with the default driver Creating integration230_mender-redis_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-gui_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-elasticsearch_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-mongo_1 ... done Creating integration230_minio_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-workflows-server_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-useradm_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-create-artifact-worker_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-inventory_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-conductor_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-device-auth_1 ... done Creating integration230_storage-proxy_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-deployments_1 ... done Creating integration230_mender-api-gateway_1 ... done Creating a new user... **************************************** Username: email@example.com Login password: <redacted> **************************************** Please keep the password available, it will not be cached by the login script. Mender demo server ready and running in the background. Copy credentials above and log in at https://localhost Press Enter to show the logs. Press Ctrl-C to stop the backend and quit.
I can provide more logs on request (I have the full output of
./demo logs but this is hits the body limit of 32k characters).
I have looked on the forum for help, esp. on this thread but nothing matched my issue. In particular, I can run
openresty fine manually and I don’t see any
132 error code.
One thing which might be worth mentioning: I am redirecting port
443 in the VM to
4343 on the host. This means that when I reach
https://localhost:4343, I first get an error as I am redirected to
https://localhost/ui/login. I have to manually edit my URL to be
https://localhost:4343/ui/#/login to reach the login page (and, subsequently, the
Bad Request error).
Would someone know what is causing this error? I can provide more information if needed.
Thanks much for your time!
Edit: added missing screen captures