When I do
fly launch today I’m getting a “no capacity available in dfw” (or whatever region I’ve selected). Anyone know why? If it matters, I’m choosing my personal organization,
dfw for region,
yes for create Postgresql,
Prod 3 nodes for configuration. Then it says
Provisioning 1 of 3 machines with image flyio/postgres-flex:15.3@sha256:<...> Failed creating the Postgres cluster <app-name>-db: failed to create volume: failed to create volume: no capacity available in bos. It’s a rails api app with postgres.
When I do
Same issue here in
==> Verifying app config Validating /home/runner/work/xxx/fly.toml Platform: machines ✓ Configuration is valid --> Verified app config ==> Building image WARN Failed to start remote builder heartbeat: Couldn't allocate volume, not enough compute capacity left in iad Error: failed to fetch an image or build from source: error connecting to docker: Couldn't allocate volume, not enough compute capacity left in iad
Destroying the builder did not helped.
Edit: Seems to be fixed as I can deploy now.
We recently deployed a change to better track resource usage and it’s causing a potential issue placing workloads. It’s getting rolled back now.
That was fast, thanks a lot! I was able to build my image just after your post
Working for me now too. Thanks!
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