I have a Azure Function (Linux Container) that I am trying to run locally.
I have a Dockerfile that loads in all the code.
Here is the base image:
After I pull the container from Docker Hub and remote into it, I go to the function root directory and run
func start. I then get the below error. This container runs perfectly fine in Azure Cloud when deployed since its using whatever the cloud storage container is (not sure how that bit is configured but not important right now).
Here is the error:
The listener for function 'Functions.TimerTrigger_XXX' was unable to start.
The listener for function 'Functions.TimerTrigger_XXX' was unable to start. Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.Timers.Storage: Could
not create BlobContainerClient for ScheduleMonitor.
Is there some Storage Emulator that needs to be installed inside the container for local debugging purposes?
@Pie , Did you get a chance to look at my previous post? Please let me know if it was helpful
I have not yet but I hope to try this soon when I circle back to this issue.