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clever-pillow-66654

10/18/2022, 11:13 AM
Anyone else stuck on ‘waiting for notes’ in 1.6.0 on macOS (Ventura beta 22A5373b) Main error I noticed is in server.log:
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2022-10-18T11:12:22.502Z: Auth failure: user/password validation failure for attempted login of user interactive-user
I had upgraded from 1.5.1, but have done a factory reset of rancher desktop
I can’t seem to edit the post, but I of course meant ‘waiting for nodes’ !
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flat-beach-36055

10/25/2022, 6:44 AM
@clever-pillow-66654 I am seing the same thing after upgrading to ventura, did you manage to get it running?
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glamorous-application-56494

10/26/2022, 11:30 AM
I’m having the same problem. I somehow managed to make it work yesterday, but today it’s broken again.
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flat-beach-36055

10/26/2022, 12:48 PM
kubernetes 1.23.12 and administrative access disabled got it working for me
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clever-pillow-66654

10/31/2022, 2:39 PM
I just tried again today - now on 1.6.1 & macos 13.1 beta but still doesn’t start
^ just to revive this thread - not working on 1.6.1 either. ventura specific perhaps?
Ah found https://github.com/rancher-sandbox/rancher-desktop/issues/3288 - workaround of using k8s 1.23 at least allows use of k8s now. thanks I hadn’t thought it was k8s version specific as the result had been broken container daemon too.
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microscopic-sandwich-7442

10/31/2022, 6:24 PM
hello I too struggle with 1.6.1 on MacOS Ventura both x86_64 and arm64
on x86_64 I have been able to get it to work somehow
it had been stuck when I let the Rancher Desktop start right from the install workflow
for example rdctl shell etc all blocked
the logs indicated that the VM comes up fine, but networking is struggeling
now .. when I kill the qemu process and start the vm with rdctl start it has worked (a couple of times)
on x86_64 I ended up installing rancher desktop with manually cleaned filesystem • /opt/rancher-desktop/ • ~/Library/Application\ Support/rancher-desktop/ deleted prior install …
on arm64 I migrated Rancher Desktop 1.5.1 to 1.6.1
as this seems to be local routing / connectivity related I started looking if I find some logs
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brctl log
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(base) MacBook-Pro:Downloads frank$ brctl log
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:06.120-0400] revisiond[375]  <private> starting, built @ Sep 30 2022 02:35:05
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:06.553-0400] revisiond[375]  device 100000f had a metainfo file
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:07.659-0400] revisiond[375]  device 100000f UUID matches metadata
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:07.659-0400] revisiond[375]  [GSSystemResourcesManager] has been initialized
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:07.776-0400] revisiond[375]  Power level really becomes good
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:07.812-0400] revisiond[375]  Quitting throttled mode on device 16777231
[note 2022-10-27 08:41:07.843-0400] revisiond[375]  Library on device 100000f, loaded status <private>
[note 2022-10-27 21:01:52.942-0400] revisiond[375]  Cache delete asked us to reclaim <private> with urgency 1
[note 2022-10-28 21:06:50.061-0400] revisiond[375]  Cache delete asked us to reclaim <private> with urgency 1
[CRIT 2022-10-29 18:47:27.392-0400] bird[575]  UNREACHABLE: <private> has no foreground clients but the transfer sync contains self
[CRIT 2022-10-29 18:47:27.392-0400] bird[575]  UNREACHABLE: <private> has no foreground clients but the transfer sync contains self
[CRIT 2022-10-29 18:47:27.392-0400] bird[575]  UNREACHABLE: <private> has no foreground clients but the transfer sync contains self
[CRIT 2022-10-29 18:47:27.392-0400] bird[575]  UNREACHABLE: <private> has no foreground clients but the transfer sync contains self
[CRIT 2022-10-29 18:47:27.393-0400] bird[575]  UNREACHABLE: <private> has no foreground clients but the transfer sync contains self
[ERR  2022-10-29 20:50:30.920-0400] fileproviderd[597] default  FPDRTCReportingSession failed to flush messages : (null)
[note 2022-10-29 21:00:21.708-0400] revisiond[375]  Cache delete asked us to reclaim <private> with urgency 1
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:01.257-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:01.294-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.119-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.232-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.234-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.236-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.238-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:21.238-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:22.095-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:22.254-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:41.015-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:41.261-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:41.313-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:41.315-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
[WARN 2022-10-29 22:17:41.318-0400] ContainerMetadataExtractor[1172]  can't copy TCC information (bundleID: <private>, bundleURL: <private>)
maybe that is helpful
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broad-train-31975

10/31/2022, 6:41 PM
Is there a way to install rancher desktop on a headless box? Say, to run integration tests?
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