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Container networking to cluster timeout #340
What were you trying to do?
Start a container, replacing a container in a deployment on a remote Kubernetes cluster (using
What did you expect to happen?
Container should start up and work as if running in the cluster
What happened instead?
Proxy connection hit timeout and exited with code 1. Seems container networking has an issue.
I tried to run the proxy container manually after the error came up and it returned code 100 which I believe is the expected output.
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