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Error running Solace under Kubernetes on WSL

chewymintschewymints Member Posts: 8

Hello,
I have been struggling to get Solace running under k8s on WSL.
I have tried using the Helm templates here: https://github.com/SolaceProducts/pubsubplus-kubernetes-quickstart and using the Docker compose template here: https://github.com/SolaceLabs/solace-single-docker-compose

In both cases the container stops with the Unable to raise event; rc(would block) error. I have tried all sorts of things but nothing seems to work.

Using the Docker compose template, the container runs without any problems.

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  • chewymintschewymints Member Posts: 8

    I have to report some progress - it works if the storage:persistent value is set to false in the helm template.

  • chewymintschewymints Member Posts: 8

    @TomF : I was hoping someone from Solace could give me some insight into this.

  • TomFTomF Member, Employee Posts: 81 Solace Employee

    Hi @chewymints k8s isn't really my area of expertise which is why I've refrained from commenting. Let me see if someone can help.

  • amackenzieamackenzie Member, Employee Posts: 38 Solace Employee

    Hi @chewymints could we get more info on your K8S deployment? Is it Minikube running on WSL? Do you have a storage provider? If so which one?
    Which version of WSL are you using? Which distro? Is it required that you must make this work in WSL or could you use a VM?

  • KenBarrKenBarr Member, Employee Posts: 7 Solace Employee

    Can you please provide the output of "kubectl get storageclass". Unless you set storage.useStorageClass in your values.yaml file we will be using the storage class marked as "default" . Looking at this: https://github.com/docker/for-win/issues/5325 you may have to edit values.yaml -> storage.useStorageClass: local-storage

  • chewymintschewymints Member Posts: 8

    @amackenzie
    Apologies for the delayed response. I have just managed to get back to this.
    The k8s deployment is a test deployment for now. I am playing around with Solace and k8s to see what is possible. For now, it's just Docker Desktop with k8s enabled and managed using CLI on WSL. I have also verified that the error happens without WSL enabled as well.

    @KenBarr
    The output is below:

    kubectl get storageclass
    NAME                 PROVISIONER          AGE
    hostpath (default)   docker.io/hostpath   24h
    
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