I was testing the backup/restore capabilities of OpenEMR Cloud Standard edition from AWS Marketplace, and after another new clean install I noticed that the OpenEMR server is not running. I completely deleted the entire CF stack and tried to install again from the same marketplace product. No luck. Tried with versions
7.0.2. Also tried this on another AWS account. The ‘docker logs’ command show the issue below (see logs).
I checked the
docker-compose.yaml file - all variables are properly set. But within the container the
/var/www/localhost/htdocs/openemr/sites/default/sqlconf.php is not updated and contains the defaults. I tried to
echo the environment variables from the ‘openemr.sh’ file, like MYSQL_HOST or MYSQL_ROOT_USER, nothing is shown. Maybe this will help with anything.
Btw, I asked my coworker to try installing this as well today, and the deployment fails with the same error. I don’t see what could be wrong, as the CF template parameters are pretty straightforward and the deployments succeeds, this is the server which does not start.
I’m using: Safari
I’m using: macOS Sonoma 14.3
This issus seems to be new. I tried to install also from the CF template for version 7.0.1 which was successfully deployed several months ago - same error.
Couldn't set up. Any of these reasons could be what's wrong:
- You didn't spin up a MySQL container or connect your OpenEMR container to a mysql instance
- MySQL is still starting up and wasn't ready for connection yet
- The Mysql credentials were incorrect