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Tamas Galosi
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Hi,

Thank you for your reply.
I have the following containers running:
openiamdocker/device-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/rabbitmq-ce:alpine-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/synchronization-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-
openiamdocker/auth-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/redis-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/email-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/mariadb-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/workflow-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/groovy-manager-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/idm-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/reconciliation-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/ldap-connector-rabbitmq-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/rproxy-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/elasticsearch-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/vault-ce:alpine-4.2.0.7-prod
openiamdocker/esb-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod
bitnami/etcd:3.3.13
openiamdocker/ui-ce:debian-4.2.0.7-prod

My problem is that, I checked through all the logs of those, but I could not find any log entries taht would explain the error message I receive.
Should there be an additional container for connecting to our Linux system? Or I’m just misunderstanding your question.

Thank you for your help!
Tamas