I'm using Warden with Magento, and I notice that when I start a project with "warden env up", all containers boot up, but immediately some of them stop working (the image shows in gray the ones that turned off). enter image description here Here los logs: enter image description here enter image description here Additionally, when I try to connect to view the database using the MariaDB container, I get this message stating that my IP is not allowed to connect. Have you experienced this error before? enter image description here

Here connection to mariadb inside container: docker exec -it b4abe54d7042 mariadb --user=root enter image description here

  • If you have logs, we can provide you with more accurate answers. For MariaDB, can you connect to db inside the container ? Commented Sep 8, 2023 at 7:48
  • Thanks, I've posted a screenshot of the logs and I have successfully connected to MariaDB inside the container.
    – karli
    Commented Sep 8, 2023 at 12:18

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Without logs, it is difficult to tell but here are the main problems encountered.

For elasticsearch, it is most probably a problem with map count. If you check your logs you must have something regarding max_map_count.

You can set it at system level so you don't have problem each time you restart your machine.

sudo sysctl -w vm.max_map_count=524248

For rabbitMQ, it is most probably ports that are not available.

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