I’m running into a strange issue where I can’t connect to my app, and it seems to just be a matter of an evil name. When I deploy my docker app with the app name of
lp, I can’t connect to it:
$ curl https://lp.fly.dev curl: (35) OpenSSL SSL_connect: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL in connection to lp.fly.dev:443
App Name = lp Owner = personal Version = 0 Status = running Hostname = lp.fly.dev Deployment Status ID = 608bbab5-cb15-e348-c90a-48bfe71fd5a6 Version = v0 Status = successful Description = Deployment completed successfully Instances = 1 desired, 1 placed, 1 healthy, 0 unhealthy Instances ID VERSION REGION DESIRED STATUS HEALTH CHECKS RESTARTS CREATED 4a92ff23 0 ewr run running 1 total, 1 passing 0 41s ago
If I use the exact same deploy script to push the same image with a different name, everything works as expected.
I’ve tried destroying the
lp app and redeploying it, but it always fails as long as I use that name. But another name like
lp7 works fine. I thought maybe it was two-letter names, but I successfully pushed an app called
zx and that worked fine.
I’m leaving my
lp instance up in case Fly folks want to investigate, but it’s just a throwaway instance, so feel free to kill it or send whatever requests to it that you want.