Troubleshooting and Verbose Logging
To help troubleshoot installations, add the following env variables when starting the container:
1-e NX_VERBOSE_LOGGING=true 2-e NX_API_LOG_LEVEL=DEBUG 3-e NX_MONGO_LOG_LEVEL=DEBUG 4
or if using helm set
1image: 2 tag: 'latest' 3 4verboseLogging: 'true' 5
Running the Mongo Database
Nx Cloud uses MongoDB to store its metadata. There are several common ways to run MongoDB.
Using MongoDB Kubernetes Operator
If you are deploying to Azure, you might have access to CosmosDB. See here for more information.
Using Mongo Atlas
Mongo Atlas is a great option for deploying MongoDB.
Using External File Storage
By default, the on-prem version of Nx Cloud is going to start a file server and store the cached artifacts in the provided volume. But you can also configure Nx Cloud to use an external file storage. At the moment, only S3 and Azure Blob are supported.
To configure S3 as a file storage, provision the
AWS_S3_BUCKET env variables for the
If you are using an accelerated bucket, et:
If you are using a local S3 installation (e.g., Minio), you will also need to set
Remember to set a cache item expiration time . The default is currently 4 weeks. If you would like to keep items for longer, for example for 8 weeks, please remember to set the
NX_CACHE_EXPIRATION_PERIOD_IN_DAYS=56 env variable as well, so the container knows when to expire the Mongo cache entries as well.
To configure Azure Blob as a file storage, provision the
AZURE_CONTAINER env variables for the
To obtain the
AZURE_CONNECTION_STRING value go to your "Storage Account" and click on "Access Keys". You will also need to create a container in your storage account before starting the Nx Cloud container.
If you use an external file storage and an external MongoDB instance, you don't have to provision the volume.Cache expiration time
See note above about setting a cache expiration time. For Azure blob storage, see this guide.