My connection always breaks after a few minutes. The only way to re-establish the connectivity is to restart docker connector container and then log-out and reauthenticate my client again.
I checked my connector status and can see it’s a bit off-sync with the host time.
Is this a time-sync issue? I’m using windows 10 and 11 respectively for my docker connecter and client.
Or is this because free users get only few mins of connectivity?
I can send over the service log if anyone is interested.
Anyone? Any suggestions are welcome.
We don’t throttle anything for any of our users regardless of tier.
It could be a time synchronization issue, but time synchronization issues usually manifest as intermittent connectivity issues that don’t require a restart. Read this article to diagnose if it might be a time synchronization issue.
It could also just be issues with Docker networking being unreliable. Docker on Windows is less reliable than running a full VM on Windows. Try using the Chocolately installation method and see if that helps your issue.
We will be releasing a native Windows Connector later this year, which should work even better for you.
Great news, what is the time horizon for this feature?
I don’t have a firm timeline that I can commit to, but it’ll likely be in a few months barring any unforeseen complexity. Keep an eye on our changelog and I’ll do my best to reply here once it’s out.