Today I set up a secure cluster on my local machine - worked a charm. V. impressed
with the whole setup. So, I spent most of today setting up VMs - one on AWS, one
on Google and one on Azure - all fine and dandy! I can SSH into my VMs.
Then, I followed the docco here - install on AWS.
However, when I try and run
I get the following message:
ubuntu@ip-172-31-22-158:~/roach/maggot$ cockroach start --certs-dir=/home/ubuntu/certs --host=188.8.131.52 --join=184.108.40.206:26257,220.127.116.11:26257,18.104.22.168:26257 --cache=25% --max-sql-memory=25%
- ERROR: cockroach server exited with error: consider changing the port via --port: listen tcp 22.214.171.124:26257: bind: cannot assign requested address
Failed running "start"
I also get the same message on Google and Azure - verbatim!
I believe that I followed the instructions carefully. However, I’m thinking that
because I get the same error on all three VMs, I may have made some
horrible newbie blunder - can anyone help me out please?
I did manage to get PostgreSQL (compiled from source) working on Azure
and MariaDB (not source) running and access remotely - is it the port numbers
are too high or something?
Should you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to
ask - no question/point is too obvious - at least not for me!