I am getting the following error: Error: Failed to start containers
Tried reflashing the OS, but no succes.
sudo systemctl stop umbrel-startup.service && docker system prune --force --all && sudo systemctl start umbrel-startup.service
after that command, did you update again umbrelOS to latest version?
Try reflashing the mSD card now after you did that.
Those startup strings doesn’t sound good.
variable is not set. Defaulting to a blank string.
Bought a new SD card because I was having some trouble reflashing the OS on the SD card.
Flashed the OS on the new SD card, no issues there with the new card.
But I am still getting the same errors when trying to start umbrel
Any further suggestions or does this not look good…
I find myself in the same situation. I`ve rebooted the system, have already also tried " sudo systemctl stop umbrel-startup.service && docker system prune --force --all && sudo systemctl start umbrel-startup.service" and reflashed the SD card.
If you already reset those services and reflashed the mSD, sincerely, I don’t have other idea what could be. I’ve looked into the logs and seems that is the same error with not starting the docker containers.
Maybe is something corrupted on your SSD.
If you do not have funds in that node wallet (onchain and/or LN) I sugest to start over from scratch with erasing the SSD disk also, maybe the drive have some bad sectors.
These modified pieces of code work like magic
Node is back up and running. Bitcoin core is already 100% synced. BTC wallet and lightning wallet are still not showing the transactions and balance. But i guess this can take a while?
Many thanks! Is there a place where I can send the umbrel team some sats? (once my lightning wallet comes back online)
Hi @louneskmt, I am having the same issue after a short power out. My node is currently running the configure script and is stuck at ‘Generating Tor Password’. How long does the reconfiguration usually take?
Hi, I have seen your post here.
I am still getting the error: Failed to start container…
I have tried:
1.-sudo systemctl stop umbrel-startup
2.-sudo rm -f .env && sudo ./scripts/configure. here I am getting the below:
=========== RECONFIGURING ============
========= UMBREL (mainnet) ===========
Generating auth credentials
Generating Tor password
docker: Cannot connect to the Docker daemon at unix:///var/run/docker.sock. Is the docker daemon running?.
See 'docker run --help'.
I have tried to re-flash the sd-card, but same issue. I think I have an issue with the SSD disk. Any recommendation for unmounting and fixing it?
I am trying to unmount it using the command:
sudo umount /dev/sda1
umount: /swap: umount failed: Operation not permitted.
sudo umount -f /dev/sda1
umount: /swap: target is busy.
Turns out that a new SD card was all that was required. I flashed the new card with the latest version of the OS and turned it on again. All is back to normal, just waiting for blocks to resync. All funds and channels still there. Phew.
I think I have the same problem. Did you just purchase a new SD card and reflash it? Mine was working fine for months too, but recently I had to reflash several times, looks like the SD card got corrupt. Thanks for posting