Hello Casper Lindberg
Unhealthy: The container group is unhealthy. For an unexpected state, such as if a node is down, a job is automatically triggered to repair the container group by moving it.
- Repairing: The container group is getting moved in order to repair an unhealthy state.
If you are sure the application itself doesn't have any issue, a theory can be the fact that the containers landed on a node with issues. As a workaround, you may want to try deploying in a different region.
As per https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/container-instances/container-instances-region-availability:
"Container groups created within these resource limits are subject to availability within the deployment region. When a region is under heavy load, you may experience a failure when deploying instances. To mitigate such a deployment failure, try deploying instances with lower resource settings, or try your deployment at a later time or in a different region with available resources."
Could you please let me know what region you are using and if you get an error, or it just tries to deploy and it gets deploy without no error, but after long time?