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    Stephen Nelson

    4 months ago
    I’m also trying to set up Fleet with Render with @Benjamin Edwards article. (Not trying to dunk on you, Mr. Edwards! I appreciate the articles!) When I try to start the web service, I get “NOPERM this user has no permissions to run the ‘cluster’ command or its subcommand” from redis. Apparently Render has restricted the “cluster” command. Is there any workaround?
  • Benjamin Edwards

    Benjamin Edwards

    4 months ago
    Ha all good. Are you using the new Render hosted Redis? Or just running redis as a private service?
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    Stephen Nelson

    4 months ago
    I’m using the Render hosted redis.
  • Benjamin Edwards

    Benjamin Edwards

    4 months ago
    Cool! I haven't tested with that yet as it didn't exist when I wrote the guide.
  • Did Render create a redis user? You can pass that to Fleet via env variable I believe.
  • Sorry I was thinking redis password not user..
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    Stephen Nelson

    4 months ago
    I don’t see that they give me a password anywhere. And there’s this: https://render.com/docs/redis#restricted-commands
  • “We have restricted usage to most commands in the admin command group, including: …cluster…”
  • Benjamin Edwards

    Benjamin Edwards

    4 months ago
    hmm so its likely running as redis stand-alone, which fleet is compatible with. I wonder why fleet is attempting cluster mode vs standalone
  • @Martin Angers might have some idea
  • zwass

    zwass

    4 months ago
    Hey @Stephen Nelson are you just looking to get a quick test environment set up? Have you tried out
    fleetctl preview
    ? If you want to get Fleet running on Render, I think it might be easiest to use the older style Redis on Render (https://render.com/docs/deploy-redis) which is what was used when we created that blog post.
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    Stephen Nelson

    4 months ago
    I’m trying to set up fleet to manage a small home office (my parents’ laptops). I’m probably swatting a gnat with a sledgehammer, but it would be really nice to be able to query their systems while their laptops are offline.
  • I’ll try deploying redis manually and see what happens.
  • zwass

    zwass

    4 months ago
    Ah, love it!
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    Stephen Nelson

    4 months ago
    Manual deploy seems to get us past the prepare stage. Now it’s announced it’s listening, but isn’t passing health checks or serving html. Still, I think it’s now an application use issue and not a deployment issue.
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  • Never mind, it’s deployed. Thanks!