I tried to this readme to install Tyk on Kubernetes : https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-kubernetes
The point is I encouter the same problem as this guy : https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-kubernetes/issues/6
in short : the dashboard is not accessible at the external IP used by the service though everything seems to be well configured.
any idea on how to solve this problem ?
thanks by advance
We’ll take a look at this for you now and get back with questions / suggestions asap.
It might take be worth changing the value of REDIGOCLUSTER_SHARDCOUNT to 256
Sometimes in certain docker environments the redis cluster map hashing locks - it’s a very odd and we’re still trying to find root cause.
thanks for the advice, I deleted all in tyk namespace, changed the yaml configs and recreate all but the dashboard is still unreachable.
could our provide a log dunpnof both the dashboard and the gateway?
It might help is figure things out.
I’m facing the same issue. I tried also to set REDIGOCLUSTER_SHARDCOUNT to 256 but doesn’t help. Anyone know how to troubleshoot it?
I am facing the same problem. It used to work a month ago but now that I’ve restarted the pod is not working anymore… any advice?
Finally, I’ve managed to solve it.
The reason is tyk-dashboard container not connecting to mongo container because its bind ip is localhost by default.
You’ve to edit command instruction in https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-kubernetes/blob/master/mongo/deployments/mongo.yaml for
command: [“mongod”, “–smallfiles”, “–bind_ip”, “0.0.0.0”]
It will be able to communicate now.