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What is the solution to resolve "connection reset by peer" error in Docker when reading?

asked 2022-10-21 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-05-25 07:00:00 +0000

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There are several possible solutions to resolve the "connection reset by peer" error in Docker when reading:

  1. Increase the timeout value: This error could be caused by a timeout issue, so increasing the timeout value could help. You can do this by setting the --timeout option in the docker run command.

  2. Check for network issues: Check if the network is stable and there are no issues with connectivity. You can try restarting the Docker daemon or the network services to fix this issue.

  3. Check container logs: Check the container logs for any errors that could be causing this issue. If any errors are found, try fixing them and restarting the container.

  4. Check Docker version: Ensure that you are using the latest version of Docker. Older versions may have bugs that cause this error.

  5. Increase the container's resources: This error could also be caused by insufficient resources. Try increasing the memory or CPU resources allocated to the container.

  6. Use a different image: If the above solutions don't work, you can try using a different Docker image or building your own image. Sometimes, the image itself may be causing the issue.

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