AWS OpsWorks, Meteor, Docker Deployment


#85

@arjunrajjain @jkatzen how goes? Are you having any issues with Docker and AWS lately… I just started getting the following error:


---- Begin output of /opt/aws/opsworks/local/bin/berks vendor /opt/aws/opsworks/current/berkshelf-cookbooks ----
STDOUT: Resolving cookbook dependencies...
Fetching cookbook index from https://supermarket.getchef.com...
Installing apt (2.7.0)
Installing aufs (0.1.1)
E, [2015-08-13T09:57:01.408737 #19121] ERROR -- : Actor crashed!
Errno::ETIMEDOUT: Connection timed out - connect(2)

Any help appreciated


#86

Mmm… looks like something broken with chef supermarket here https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?messageID=667893


#87

Back up and running now http://status.chef.io/post/126583232861/resolved-supermarket-berkshelf-failures


#88

I’ve since switched back to using Mupx…spent way too many hours trying to debug Opsworks :frowning:


#89

Anyone run into issues with IE? When running locally, IE loads my site just fine. However, after deploying I get a blank screen for IE. Other browsers are fine.


#90

Hey there,

Have been using this setup (with a few local mods) for some time now. However, it seems it depends on the chef-docker project (https://github.com/bflad/chef-docker) which has since abandoned support for chef < 12. So, when I redeploy or restart existing servers, I don’t seem to have issues. But when I start a new one from scratch, I get errors.

Anyone else run into this? Am I just doing something wrong? Thanks for any tips.


#91

Thanks for the info on AWS Certified OpsWorks, Meteor, Docker Deployment