Blank white front page after upgrading to Taiga 6.2.0

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Chris Croome

Jun 11, 2021, 7:20:51 AMJun 11
to taigaio


I have a copy of Taiga installed via git on a development server which was working without any issues but after following the steps here: to upgrade to 6.2.0 the site simply displays a blank page:

If you view the source of the page or look in the Nginx logs there is HTML being served without errors.

I'm not sure where to start to debug this -- I'm new to Taiga, does anyone have any suggestions?

All the best


Chris Croome

Jul 2, 2021, 5:48:25 AMJul 2
to taigaio

After removing the slack plugin everything works without an issue --
problem solved.

All the best


On Fri 11-Jun-2021 at 04:20:51AM -0700, Chris Croome wrote:
> I have a copy of Taiga installed via git on a development server which
> was working without any issues but after following the steps here:
> to upgrade to 6.2.0 the site
> simply displays a blank page

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David Barragán

Jul 26, 2021, 4:41:53 AM (yesterday) Jul 26
to Quentin Jackson, taigaio
Hi Quentin,

I'll try to answer your questions

On Sat, Jul 24, 2021 at 12:50 AM Quentin Jackson <> wrote:
Every now and then I come back and have a look at the official Taiga docker, personally I think there were some fundamental challenges with it at the beginning, particularly around it’s internal message queuing, however I see now that it has had some great minds come together and is progressing nicely.

A couple of questions for those that have gotten this running though:

  1. The instructions at talk about installing the docker and then starting the application via a script.  This makes no sense to me, dockers typically auto start.  Is this for building a docker rather than downloading and installing / running a docker image?  The docs could be clarified a bit in this regard.
As you can see in the repository, the script is just an alias, you can start taiga images with.

$ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up -d $@ 

The other script is to start Taiga and Penpot, an opensource app to design and prototyping.

  1. Where is the docker image if it does exist (it does not seem to explain this on the above page, it has a lot of useful information, but seemingly misses how to get started with the basics, despite it’s title, or perhaps I’m just not seeing something.
The 4 docker images are hosted in DockerHub and the definition and code to generate each one in its respective repository:
  1. Has there been any work done to make this a single image rather than requiring docker compose?  I’ve been using the Taiga images at because of this very reason, but I’d like to get back to official if I could
No until now. A single image is an approximation that personally does not satisfy us. We prefer one container for one app/service, one container with one responsibility as the docker documentation recommend:
It is generally recommended that you separate areas of concern by using one service per container. That service may fork into multiple processes (for example, Apache web server starts multiple worker processes). It’s ok to have multiple processes, but to get the most benefit out of Docker, avoid one container being responsible for multiple aspects of your overall application. You can connect multiple containers using user-defined networks and shared volumes. 
In addition, this solution is the most flexible for production environments because it allows us an easy horizontal scaling of the different components.

Many thanks,

You are welcome.

Best regards

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