I have just pulled the stardog docker using
$ docker pull stardog/stardog:latest
docker run -it -v D:/stardog/:/var/opt/stardog stardog/stardog
It creates a license and then says starting...
But it throws loads of errors.
Log file attached.
Can anyone help?
Thanksstardog.log (1.0 MB)
Is your D:/stardog/ directory a CIFS mounted filesystem by any chance?
No just a regular NTFS local drive.
All the folders were created on it fine and the license. Then it crashes with the errors in the log.
Can you try running it without the trailing slash on the volume?
docker run -it -v D:/stardog:/var/opt/stardog stardog/stardog
Still errors but slightly different see attachedstardog.log (1.1 MB)
Are you able to write to the D:/stardog directory? I think it might be a permission problem but I'm not sure exactly how docker handles user mapping on Windows.
Yes I can write to the directory and before the container errors it has written to the directory itself whilst creating the license file and directories as seen in this image
Any further thoughts on this one?
Seems to be working now.
I reinstalled docker and pulled again.
Started fine .... not sure what the issue was but it is working now.
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