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Illegal instruction error when container starts #2097

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bastilian opened this issue Nov 6, 2019 · 0 comments

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@bastilian bastilian commented Nov 6, 2019

Are you experiencing this issue in octobox.io or your own instance?

  • octobox.io
  • [ X ] My instance

Summary of Problem

  • What are you trying to do?
    Starting octobox with docker compose[1] in a container.

  • What happens?

    The container fails to start with an "Illegal instruction" instruction error that seems to originate from the ffi gem. See a fuller log here[2]

  • What should have happened?

    Ocotobox starting normaly. It used to but a few months ago after pulling a new image it started failing.

Steps to Reproduce the Issue

I'm not sure how to reproduce this, as this only happens on my personal server. The same image version runs properly on other machines.

Versions, Operating System and Hardware

  • Which version/commit of Octobox are you using?

    Running the latest tag of the docker image with the b93be73b9118 digest.
    I've pulled the newest version once in a while, the last couple of weeks trying if it would work again, but so far no success.

  • How are you deploying Octobox (Docker, Heroku, Openshift, etc)

    Docker that is running Ocotobox is running on a CentOS 7 machine with latest packages and Docker version 19.03.4, build 9013bf583a.

I didn't file this as a bug, because it probably is not directly an issue with Ocotobox.

sassc might also just be a manifestation of the issue, but with both assumptions
I could be totally wrong.

[ 1 ] https://gist.github.com/bastilian/0b1d46c55ca8b4777a9fcb7972f5f07d#file-docker-compose-example-yml
[ 2 ] https://gist.github.com/bastilian/0b1d46c55ca8b4777a9fcb7972f5f07d#file-gistfile1-txt

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