freezing-holiday-1311205/13/2022, 5:08 PM
cuddly-holiday-908905/16/2022, 5:01 AM
should tell you)
freezing-holiday-1311205/16/2022, 7:56 PM
cuddly-holiday-908905/17/2022, 6:25 AM
part). You can still find the actual response I think if you increase the TRACE_LEVEL environment variable on the epinio-server deployment to
• search for
kubectl edit deployment -n epinio epinio-server
• increase the value to
• save and exit • wait until the epinio server pod is recreated
output yours doesn't have one. I think that's the issue.
epinio app list
gives you the logs of the running app (aka the workload). What you want is the staging logs so the command should be
epinio app logs
and that should work. Of course, in any case, the command deserves a better error message. I will create an issue for this.
epinio app logs --staging python-pip