I’ve been using GCP’s Cloud Run on my first Elixir project, and except for this (up to this point) little inconvenience, it’s been a smooth sail.
For most of requests hitting the server, the following message is logged 8 times right after (each with a different set of hex numbers):
Container Sandbox: Unsupported syscall getsockopt(0x1d,0x1,0xc,0x3ebce75fc6a8,0x3ebce75fc6ac,0x3ebce8980170). It is very likely that you can safely ignore this message and that this is not the cause of any error you might be troubleshooting. Please, refer to https://gvisor.dev/c/linux/amd64/getsockopt for more information.
I tried to Google this warning and all I could find was other people with similar issues but no actual solution. Some of them reported seeing this when using RabbitMQ which I believe is written in Erlang, so I was wondering if it’s related to OTP in any way.
I tried to read more about it, but I don’t even know where to start.
One thing I did try was to change the Linux distro I was using from Alpine to Debian, but nothing really changed.
Anyone here using Cloud Run had this issue at all?