Following the docker instructions was pretty straight forward until it was time to launch the service.
Service 'rails' failed to build: The command '/bin/sh -c bundle check || bundle install --jobs 20 --retry 5' returned a non-zero code: 137
Happy to provide any information that would be useful, it doesn't appear the Dockerfile is versioned.
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Send the first error, or entire log if you are not aware of it.
Thanks for responding. I originally thought maybe I found the issue but I was wrong.
This is the entire output from running the command
I posted below I thought maybe it had crashed but that was not the case. I am not seeing any other logs available, please let me know if this is useful.
Let me know your VPS specifications; also, if possible, try to use a minimum of 2gb RAM. Any think less than 2GB RAM requires a lot of modifications and reallocation of ram manually.
ex: Even if you have an installation you will get run time errors and time delay errors
Let me give it a bump up and try, I'll report back.
This was attempted on a $5 a month VPS from Vultr with "1 CPU" and 1Gb of memory. If ram is the only issue I can bump to 2Gb for $10 a month. Adding another core is $20 a month.
It doesn't appear that I am shown memory usage but CPU should potentially be safe based on some charts I can see.
Will report soon, thank you!
Good news, I believe we have made it further after upgrading to 2Gb. But, I do think it has hung up.
That continues for some time, once in a while changing out with:
Looks like it errors out after some time:
Solution 01: Add this to your VPS host file:
or you can do this
Solution 02: Change your
APP_DOMAIN= XX.XX.XX.XXthis is your VPS, external IP.