How to determine why the precise-code-intel-worker is in CrashLoopBackOff status in Kubernetes deployment
This document will discuss one of the main reasons why the
precise-code-intel-worker goes into a
CrashLoopBackOff state in a Kubernetes. It does not attempt to solve all reasons why this state can happen.
This commonly happens when upgrading from a Sourcegraph version prior to 3.22 to a later version and failing to deploy the MinIO container. This is because in 3.21 -> 3.22 we removed the
code intel bundle manager and replaced it with
kubectl get pods you notice that the
precise-code-intel-worker is in this state, example:
precise-code-intel-worker-9b69b5b59-jl6vd 0/1 CrashLoopBackOff 416 2d5h precise-code-intel-worker-9b69b5b59-z7xx4 0/1 CrashLoopBackOff 415 2d5h
Steps to resolve
Check what version of Sourcegraph you are on. If it is 3.22 or later, you will need to deploy MinIO because the
precise-code-intel-workerdepends on MinIO to function.
kubectl get pods -o wide
If MinIO is not deployed, create a fork of the deploy-sourcegraph repository and make sure you deploy MinIO.