Has anyone been facing this issue with docker.
atalon | Mozilla Firefox 81.0
katalon | Katalon Studio
katalon | + args=("$KATALON_KATALON_INSTALL_DIR/katalonc" “$@”)
katalon | + xvfb-run -s ‘-screen 0 1024x768x24’ /opt/katalonstudio/katalonc -retry=0 '-testSuitePath=Test Suites/Generic_Test_Cases/Axxx -executionProfile=xxx -browserType=Chrome -apiKey=xxx -projectPath=/katalon/katalon/source/xxx.prj --config -webui.autoUpdateDrivers=true
katalon | xvfb-run: error: Xvfb failed to start
katalon | + ret_code=1
katalon | + exit 1
katalon exited with code 1
xvfb failes to start and the tests exits with code 1
Any idea why this happens. I have checked, cannot find anyone with this issue in 2020 but this happens a lot when i do docker-compose up to run the tests in docker.
hi. can you share your compose file so we can have a better look?
also, what docker version it is installed on the runner/agent?
My docker compose file has:
base_URL: “www.google.com” – I have added this as an example.
command: bash -c 'apt-get install tree -y && rm /katalon/katalon/source/Include/drivers/chromedriver_linux64/chromedriver || true && mkdir -p /katalon/katalon/source/Include/drivers/chromedriver_linux64/ && unzip /tmp/chromedriver/chromedriver.zip chromedriver -d /katalon/katalon/source/Include/drivers/chromedriver_linux64/ && tree -L 3 /katalon/katalon/source/Include/ && katalonc.sh -retry=0 -testSuitePath="Test Suites/Generic_Test_Cases/xxx" -executionProfile="xxx" -browserType="Chrome" -apiKey="xxx" -projectPath="/katalon/katalon/source/xxx.prj" --config -webui.autoUpdateDrivers=true'
Its docker version 2
entrypoint both overrides any default entrypoint set on the service’s image with the
ENTRYPOINT Dockerfile instruction, and clears out any default command on the image - meaning that if there’s a
CMD instruction in the Dockerfile, it is ignored
command seems like is ignored, therefore the chromedriver is not updated and so on
try to remove the
Its docker version 2
no, it is not, that is docker compose api version. try to run
docker --version on the target machine
see here the corresponding docker engine for each compose api version:
The Docker version is 19.03.6.
so i need to change the version to “3” and remove this?
In theory should be backward compatible, but yeah, updating to a more recent api version may unlock new features for you and will ensure the file content is properly parsed.
you have to remove the
entrypoint: katalonc.sh line from the compose file (that one which shows in bold here), since you are executing a custom line via the
command: apt blah blah line