DevKinsta can’t pass through the DK0005 error:
Couldn’t create docker containers.
Although I clearly see DK containers in docker:
I’ve tried to install DK both globally (in
C:/ProgramFiles/DevKinsta) and locally for a current user (
C:\Users\slaFFik\AppData\Local\Programs\DevKinsta) - no difference.
DevKinsta v1.0.1. I’m on Windows 10 Pro 20H2. I have Docker Desktop 3.1.0 installed and working.
Docker was silently (without notifications) requesting access to directories inside
...\kinsta etc path.
So I’ve opened Docker Desktop > Settings > Resources > File Sharing and added
C:\Users\slaFFik\DevKinsta to the allowed paths, restarted docker, and Kinsta finally has started itself.
This fix also means that DK0005 error description on your site is not necessarily correct.
Thank you @slaFFik! We’ll update docs
While you are here, @peterkota, could you please remove/raise the 3 posts-per-day limit for me?
Details here: https://twitter.com/slaFFik/status/1351851119820083200
I have more bugs to report, but can’t because of that limit.
@jeff Can you check the rate limit please?
@slaFFik thank you for your helpful bug reports!
Sure thing! All fixed up.