I am trying to include my own ADR plugin to my chirpstack server that I am running in docker.
I am using image from chirpstack website https://hub.docker.com/r/chirpstack/chirpstack-network-server
I have compiled the ADR example from repository and moved it to ./test directory relative to the server directory. Next I added line in docker-compose-yml:
and added position to the region_eu868.toml in region.network section
where adr-plugin is the binary located in test directory
After all of these steps there is no additional ADR plugin to choose from besides the default ones.
I tried to move the adr_plugins section to the main config - chirpstack.toml under enabled_regions part in [network] section and got these logs:
chirpstack_1 | 2023-07-06T09:48:32.935091Z INFO
chirpstack::adr: Setting up adr algorithms
chirpstack_1 | 2023-07-06T09:48:32.935105Z INFO
chirpstack::adr: Setting up ADR plugin file_path=/test/adr-plugin
chirpstack_1 | Error: Read ADR plugin
chirpstack_1 | Caused by:
chirpstack_1 | stream did not contain valid UTF-8
chirpstack-docker_chirpstack_1 exited with code 1
Strange cuz the path is included as strings (in double quotes)
Okay, the first issue was that I was using chirpstack v4 instead of v3. Now I am using v3 version (branch v3) and now I get this error:
chirpstack-network-server_1 | 2023-07-06T13:15:15.053Z [DEBUG] plugin: starting plugin: path=/test/adr-plugin args=[/test/adr-plugin]
chirpstack-network-server_1 | time="2023-07-06T13:15:15.0538812Z" level=fatal msg="setup adr error: plugin rpc client error: fork/exec /test/adr-plugin: no such file or directory"
I even tried moving the binary to the directory of the config and still the file is not found.
This is the test directory with some binaries
Checked the docker and the volume is mapped but the server does not see the plugins idk why
(On the left docker logs and on the right /bin/sh in docker )
@brocaar any ideas? Still got the same problem
Even added user change in docker-compose.yml
I believe you have configured
/test/adr-plugin, but shouldn’t this be
/home/test/adr-plugin, looking at your volumes config?
That’s new screenshot and changed config after many tries. These paths are the same. Tried to put the adr in different directories.