Job error while deploying on GCP
While trying to deploy a Postgres Replication Cluster in the cloud (GCP), the job present this error.
No online container server found supporting cloud gce for the user
What does this error means? I created the service account with Compute Engine privileges, but, maybe something else is missing and I can't find any info on the official documents.
Please, can you create a Support Request in the following link? https://severalnines.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
And please, add an error report there. To create an error report, in case you don't have any cluster created, you can go to the ClusterControl command line, and run:
$ s9s_error_reporter -i 0
Then, attach the generated tar file to the ticket.
Hi Paulo Souza
Just to add since you are doing a deployment to the cloud, try to add also the role of "Compute Admin" and see if that makes any difference. On the other hand, as my colleague asked you the error report, maybe you can check if there are any outstanding errors and see if you can figure it out in the /var/log/cmon-cloud.log and /var/log/cmon-clud.log, if that would be easier to fix by your end.
Let us know how it goes.
Hi Paul and Sebastian, thank you for your prompt response.
Looking at the `cmon-cloud.log` I could understand the error. The service account was created with "Compute Engine Admin" Role for a project (let's call `project-2`), so far so good. But in the ClusterControl I have 2 GCP keys stored, one for `project-1` and the second one for `project-2`.
Even choosing the second credential, ClusterControl uses the first one (that doesn't have the "Compute Engine Admin") which causes the error.
I deleted the first credential manually and started a now job, now I'm seeing new errors but with better descriptions.
SERVICE_ACCOUNT_ACCESS_DENIED: The user does not have access to service account 'firstname.lastname@example.org'. User: 'email@example.com'. Ask a project owner to grant you the iam.serviceAccountUser role on the service account
Will fix those new errors and keep trying if anything unusual happens again, will let you know.
Again, thanks for the clues and have a good one!
Hi Paulo Souza
That's great to hear. Let us know or you can file a ticket as what Sebastian has requested to you initially in case you have found outstanding issues while using ClusterControl.
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