Registrator not listening to docker events

Consul is running fine

Registrator is running fine, but it’s not listening to docker events.

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  • ran registrator as :

    docker run -d -h -v /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock progrium/registrator consul://

    also tried

    docker run -d -h -P -v /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock progrium/registrator consul://

    docker logs 73acf7b7f687b6c02e35ccfa6e2a41e42eea18a27292befd87d65fc665d20320
    2014/10/07 21:39:49 registrator: Using consul registry backend at consul://

    But not “Listening to docker events”

    help please.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Registrator not listening to docker events”

    I had a somewhat similar issue with etcd. Before listening for new events, registrator tries registering the services which are already running. I don’t know much about consul (and did not know much about etcd either) but looking at the http communication give me the hint what was going wrong. Try

    tcpdump -i any -A -s 0 host 

    Assuming you see traffic, watch closely to the response of consul. I would expect it to respond with HTTP error codes which may point you to the root cause. If you don’t see traffic, double check addresses and iptable configuration.

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