A couple of days ago I faced an issue with my Home Assistant. It suddenly stopped working. I tried to restart it a couple of times (sometimes it helped) but the result is the same. Supervisor can not be started and I can see the error on HA CLI saying “System is not ready with state: setup”
I checked the logs from supervisor docker container and it says that it can’t install the Audio plugin (can’t download the audio plugin docker image).
[supervisor.docker.interface] Can't install https://ghcr.io/home-assistant/aarch64-hassio-audio:2023.04.1: 500 Server Error for http+docker://localhost/v1.41/images/ghcr.io/home-assistant/aarch64-hassio-audio:2023.04.1/json: Internal Server Error ("layer does not exist").
I tried to remove the supervisor container, and changed the router DNS configuration (set DNS to Google ones, reverted it, tried couple more…).
I cleaned up the logs and temporary files to get some more space… Nothing helped.
I tried to run
supervisor repair commands. Still no luck.
Can anyone help me to resolve this issue? I don’t want to do a fresh installation because I’m not sure if everything is backed up properly.
I’m running Home Assistant on Raspberry Pi 4 model B.
There are 4 containers running:
I’ve tried to manually run the hassio-audio image there but I can’t do this since Docker returns same error. However, the latest image of hassio-audio can be successfully pulled and run. I tried to prune all the dangling images but the result is the same. When I try to pull hassio-audio 2023.04.1 Docker says that’s up to date but
docker images doesn’t show it in the list of images…