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I am getting this error when executing

.\up.ps1 ( In Powershell )

ERROR: for solr-init Container "533b5145f4ac" is unhealthy.

ERROR: Encountered errors while bringing up the project. ideas ? –

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I am trying to follow steps in

Walkthrough: Using the Getting Started template

https://doc.sitecore.com/xp/en/developers/101/developer-tools/walkthrough--using-the-getting-started-template.html

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  • still no answer to this, this is depressing Commented Feb 24, 2022 at 22:30

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Faced the same issue during the "Run your first Sitecore instance" tutorial and in my case, it was related to the memory usage of the solr image. Try to increase mem_limit of mssql and solr in the docker-compose file and compose again using docker-compose up -d.

docker-compose changes

From the docs: https://doc.sitecore.com/xp/en/developers/100/developer-tools/troubleshooting-docker.html#containers-are-stuck-on-created-status_body

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  • after running for a few days i am once again getting the same ERROR: for solr-init Container "244a732b30ed" is unhealthy.
    – Jaydari
    Commented Jan 15, 2022 at 12:39
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If you have solr locally then please stop the service and try again. It might help to resolve the issue.

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You should stop the docker container and change SOLR_CORE_PREFIX_NAME in .env file. Then run docker-compose up -d again. It should work.

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This happens to me when I am connected to a workplace VPN. Once I disconnect from the VPN, I no longer get that error.

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