I’ve been following your instructions at getting Binderhub running on an AKS cluster running on Azure. Everything works correctly until you try to build and deploy a container with a binder, and then if you describe the pods which are stuck at ‘container creating’ it says the following:
Unable to attach or mount volumes: unmounted volumes=[dockersocket-host], unattached volumes=[binder-image-cleaner-token-6nwz4 dockerlib-host dockersocket-host]: timed out waiting for the condition
MountVolume.SetUp failed for volume “dockersocket-host” : hostPath type check failed: /var/run/docker.sock is not a socket file
I can’t find anybody else having this problem in the discussion area, so perhaps somebody can shed some light?
This is using Kubernetes latest version along with Binder 0.2.0-n611.he777436