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Microservices eBook & Samples updated to .NET Core 2.2 #26
The new version covers the built-in health checks feature that was released in ASP .NET Core 2.2 and other updates from .NET Core 2.2.
Download: https://aka.ms/microservicesebook ✔
The Reference Sample https://github.com/dotnet-architecture/eshopOnContainers is also updated.
Do check them out and let us know your feedback!
Working fine for me on docker compose, but failing on a local kubernetes deployment. The containers for both the webmvc and webspa will not run. I don't think they have to run on docker-compose but kubernetes will not keep the pods alive if the program exits.
Here's the error being thrown in the kubernetes log from webspa:
All other pods are running. Webstatus is reachable but is reporting all services as unhealthy.
Update: If you'd like to fix this, the problem is that you have incorrect URL strings in your Startup.cs. You're referencing strings with "HC" at the end, e.g. "PurchaseUrlHC" when those aren't defined in your config file.
@nishanil All seems good now, at least on Edge. Chrome is giving me a security violation trying to load jquery:
@nishanil I spoke too soon. I'm still getting a 500 error trying to add to the cart, even on Edge. The error returned is:
The webstatus service is reporting all services as healthy. I'm sorry I don't have more time to investigate right now.