I am trying to get n8n working with Google Cloud Run.
https://hub.docker.com/r/n8nio/n8n to deploy the container.
Environment vars are:
N8N_HOST = n8n-service-**.a.run.app
N8N_PROTOCOL = https
N8N_PORT = 5678
VUE_APP_URL_BASE_API = https://n8n-service-**.a.run.app
WEBHOOK_TUNNEL_URL = https://n8n-service-**.a.run.app
Google Cloud Run specific config:
Container Port 5678
The server comes up just fine. However, I get a connection lost notice in the top right corner - Server connection could not be established.
The server is down or there is a connection problem.
It will reconnect automatically as soon as the backend can be reached
Any idea what I might be doing wrong here?
July 4, 2020, 8:07am
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I have cloned n8n repo in order to re-map the N8N_PORT to 8080, for the need to deploy it on Cloud Run. Although the deployment is successful, after building a new Docker image, I get the following message at the header’s top right: “Connection lost”.
I am not quite sure why this is happening. Any insights would be helpful!
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