QuantRocket

Localhost not found on port 1969


#1

I’m currently at a loss to how to go about resolving this.

Windows OS

  1. Port 1969 has been allowed through firewall
  2. All containers are running on docker image (see output of docker ps below)
  3. “Houston” container has been built correctly in yaml file and specifying that its hosted on port 1969 (see output of docker inspect as well as container port address in docker ps output)

NOTE: I am not running through docker desktop, due to not having Windows 10 Pro and therefore cant allocate docker with additional memory but wouldn’t think that is an issue at this point.

CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
9939e52745dd quantrocket/master:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 23 minutes ago Up 32 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_master_1
6370d521ed11 quantrocket/jupyter:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – /b…” 24 minutes ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_jupyter_1
23dbd93f668c quantrocket/blotter:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_blotter_1
866d2e182a1d quantrocket/fundamental:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 32 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_fundamental_1
e03128754ac5 quantrocket/realtime:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 32 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_realtime_1
16a521ef936c quantrocket/history:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 30 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_history_1
c4f2a02949a5 quantrocket/account:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 32 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_account_1
b6ab9bfd3b3b gliderlabs/logspout:latest “/bin/logspout syslo…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_logspout_1
b5a291225bce quantrocket/db:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 33 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_db_1
ae8c72295d97 quantrocket/satellite:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – /o…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_satellite_1
fedf54769a5d quantrocket/theia:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – ya…” 2 hours ago Up 30 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_theia_1
b035e6f13a5d quantrocket/countdown:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – /u…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_countdown_1
2cd230e32f38 quantrocket/ibg:1.9.972.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp, 4001/tcp, 5900/tcp quantrocket_ibg1_1
4af1a7f9bfd6 quantrocket/postgres:1.9.0 “docker-entrypoint.s…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 5432/tcp quantrocket_postgres_1
0f9d868b6788 quantrocket/codeload:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 30 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_codeload_1
a9a01e7d1476 quantrocket/flightlog:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 33 seconds 80/tcp, 9020/tcp quantrocket_flightlog_1
9305e3f64a84 quantrocket/launchpad:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 30 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_launchpad_1
4de12c9eb9d8 quantrocket/houston:1.9.0 “/bin/bash /opt/quan…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 443/tcp, 0.0.0.0:1969->80/tcp quantrocket_houston_1
7915759b7e67 quantrocket/moonshot:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_moonshot_1
c2e8a93c0fb2 quantrocket/license-service:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp, 4040/tcp quantrocket_license-service_1
83eea8905b07 quantrocket/zipline:1.9.0 “/usr/bin/tini – uw…” 2 hours ago Up 31 seconds 80/tcp quantrocket_zipline_1
PS C:\Users\SeanW> docker inspect 4de12c9eb9d8
[
{
“Id”: “4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6”,
“Created”: “2020-02-15T05:53:23.728664221Z”,
“Path”: “/bin/bash”,
“Args”: [
“/opt/quantrocket/bin/houston.sh”
],
“State”: {
“Status”: “running”,
“Running”: true,
“Paused”: false,
“Restarting”: false,
“OOMKilled”: false,
“Dead”: false,
“Pid”: 3433,
“ExitCode”: 0,
“Error”: “”,
“StartedAt”: “2020-02-15T07:38:45.889144103Z”,
“FinishedAt”: “2020-02-15T07:38:34.446904155Z”
},
“Image”: “sha256:30fa77a338e2ad335b560ba04de5fe9028a1d7ebd753b1577f68fb8e487652af”,
“ResolvConfPath”: “/mnt/sda1/var/lib/docker/containers/4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6/resolv.conf”,
“HostnamePath”: “/mnt/sda1/var/lib/docker/containers/4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6/hostname”,
“HostsPath”: “/mnt/sda1/var/lib/docker/containers/4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6/hosts”,
“LogPath”: “/mnt/sda1/var/lib/docker/containers/4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6/4de12c9eb9d86e7c9fc9381ce307354db332f00d23fa22e2080e60f58e2a8fb6-json.log”,
“Name”: “/quantrocket_houston_1”,
“RestartCount”: 0,
“Driver”: “overlay2”,
“Platform”: “linux”,
“MountLabel”: “”,
“ProcessLabel”: “”,
“AppArmorProfile”: “”,
“ExecIDs”: null,
“HostConfig”: {
“Binds”: [],
“ContainerIDFile”: “”,
“LogConfig”: {
“Type”: “json-file”,
“Config”: {}
},
“NetworkMode”: “quantrocket_default”,
“PortBindings”: {
“80/tcp”: [
{
“HostIp”: “”,
“HostPort”: “1969”


#2

Docker Desktop and Windows 10 Professional are the only supported way of running QuantRocket on Windows.