Troubleshooting Meshery Installations
Meshery’s Preflight Checks
mesheryctl system command is executed, a series of preflight checks are run. An attempt will be made to connect to the Kubernetes cluster configured in the user’s kubeconfig as their current-context .
mesheryctlcan initialize a Kubernetes client.
mesheryctlfails to query for pods in the default namespace of the user’s current Kubernetes context.
~/.mesheryto reinitialize Meshery
Situation: Unable to start Meshery Server with
make run-localdue to error of
key/value size is invalid
Example of a healthy Meshery Broker server with an actively connected (subscribed) Meshery Server:
➜ ~ kubectl logs -n meshery meshery-broker-0 nats  2021/09/08 21:46:03.070952 [INF] Starting nats-server version 2.1.9  2021/09/08 21:46:03.070982 [INF] Git commit [7c76626]  2021/09/08 21:46:03.071308 [INF] Starting http monitor on 0.0.0.0:8222  2021/09/08 21:46:03.071370 [INF] Listening for client connections on 0.0.0.0:4222  2021/09/08 21:46:03.071512 [INF] Server id is NAAYJNX4LDDNXW5UE7IP7PRQR2W2JP546XSFNUWQQHN7JYY27RG47KSG  2021/09/08 21:46:03.071516 [INF] Server is ready
For details about the state of the Meshery Server subscription see the http monitor port on Meshery Broker.
Meshery Remote Providers
Once Meshery is installed, the remote provider “Meshery” can be chosen from UI or by using the command
mesheryctl system login:
➜ ~ mesheryctl system login Use the arrow keys to navigate: ↓ ↑ → ← ? Select a Provider: ▸ Meshery None
If you cannot see “Meshery” Remote Provider and find such error logs in Meshery Server’s logs (
mesheryctl system logs), please make sure that Meshery Server is able to reach “https://meshery.layer5.io” in order to initialize the “Meshery” Remote Provider.
time="2021-11-10T11:05:30Z" level=error msg="[Initialize Provider]: Failed to get capabilities Get \"https://meshery.layer5.io/v0.5.71/capabilities?os=meshery\": dial tcp 18.104.22.168:443: i/o timeout"
For more details about Meshery Providers: