VNET + App Service Container (Linux) won't start

Cristian Bude 21 Reputation points
2021-10-01T08:43:31.993+00:00

Hi!

I'm trying to run an Linux container App Service with a VNET integration. The app service starts without any issue when the VNET integration isn't activated. I use WEBSITE_PORT to expose port 8080 for which my Keycloak container is running on. Everything works fine until I activate the VNET integration. When the VNET integration is active the App Service suddenly stops responding to health checks and gets a timeout and refuses to start. However in the log stream I can see that the app has started in the background well before the timeout was triggered.

Has anyone else experienced this issue and have you been able to solve it?

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  1. Ryan Hill 26,951 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-10-12T15:25:19.403+00:00

    For the benefit of the broader community, I configured a Web App for Containers on an S1 plan using jboss/keycloak:latest image and added to a VNET with Route All enabled. The web app was still able to respond to request. As a workaround, @Cristian Bude deployed his app as a pure java app to a Web App and is working as expected.

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