I use Docker to start my Selenium grid in network_mode = “host” so that I can access my local development site.
Both the hub and node started, but when I check http://localhost:4444/grid/console, there’s no node. I wonder if there is any way to solve it.
- Image(s): hub, node-chrome-debug
- Docker-Selenium Image Version(s): 3.14.0-arsenic
- Docker Version: 18.06.0-ce, build 0ffa825
- OS: Ubuntu 18.04
My docker-compose file:
version: "3" services: selenium-hub: image: selenium/hub:latest container_name: selenium-hub network_mode: "host" ports: - "4444:4444" chrome: image: selenium/node-chrome-debug:latest depends_on: - selenium-hub network_mode: "host" ports: - "5900:5900" environment: - HUB_HOST=selenium-hub - HUB_PORT=4444
Diego Molina figured out why it did not work.
It is because Chrome container will try to register to the name
selenium-hub, which does not exist in the “host” network, and would only exist in the network that docker-compose creates.
To make it works, just set
Answered By – Quinn Wynn
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