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Re: Pod unable to connect with service IP



Thanks for the reply. There is some progress but not working yet. When I used the environment variable, it does resolve the Service IP address, but still unable to connect to host. Following is the error message I receive inside the pod.

Command executed: # cluster-cli server-add --cluster=$COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_SERVICE_HOST:8091

Unable to connect to host http://172.30.16.145:8091

Following are some relevant environment variables I saw inside the pod. The service name "couchbase-cluster"
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_SERVICE_HOST=172.30.16.145
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_PORT_8091_TCP_ADDR=172.30.16.145
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_PORT_8091_TCP_PORT=8091
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_PORT_SERVICE_PORT=8091
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_PORT=tcp://172.30.16.145:8091
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_SERVICE_PORT_HTTP_UI=8091
COUCHBASE_CLUSTER_PORT_8091_TCP=tcp://172.30.16.145:8091

I wonder why is it not able to connect to the service using the Service IP address. Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks
Vignesh


On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 6:54 AM, Marko Lukša <marko luksa gmail com> wrote:

On 06. 03. 2017 12:04, Vignesh M.P.N. wrote:
Is there any alternative approach on how I could refer to an existing service without using it Service IP?


If I understood correctly, you're connecting to "couchbase-master-service:8091". You should try connecting to the IP instead of the hostname. If your service is called "couchbase-master-service", you can obtain the IP from the COUCHBASE_MASTER_SERVICE_SERVICE_HOST environment variable (mind the double SERVICE!). The environment variable is available inside the pod.

M.

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