Gaia with local filesystem storage[Docker] — Some Error

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When i run the Gaia with My Own computer ,it got some Error ; Thanks for helping me …

Flow the document : [ https://github.com/blockstack/gaia/tree/master/docker ]

1 - admin-config

{
“argsTransport”: {
“level”: “debug”,
“handleExceptions”: true,
“timestamp”: true,
“stringify”: true,
“colorize”: true,
“json”: true
},
“port”: 8009,
“apiKeys”: [ “hello” ],
“gaiaSettings”: {
“configPath”: “/tmp/hub-config/config.json”
},
“reloadSettings”: {
“command”: “/bin/sh”,
“argv”: [
“-c”,
“docker restart docker_hub_1 &”
],
“env”: {},
“setuid”: 1000,
“setgid”: 1000
}
}

2 - hub-config

{
“serverName”: “localhost”,
“port”: 3000,
“driver”: “disk”,
“bucket”: “hub”,
“readURL”: “http://localhost:80/”,
“awsCredentials”: {
“accessKeyId”: “”,
“secretAccessKey”: “”
},
“proofsConfig”: {
“proofsRequired”: 0
},
“diskSettings”: {
“storageRootDirectory”: “/tmp/gaia-disk”
},
“azCredentials”: {
“accountName”: “”,
“accountKey”: “”
},
“gcCredentials”: {
“projectId”: “”
},
“argsTransport”: {
“level”: “debug”,
“handleExceptions”: true,
“stringify”: true,
“timestamp”: true,
“colorize”: false,
“json”: true
}
}

3 - reader-config

{
“port”: 8008,
“diskSettings”: {
“storageRootDirectory”: “/tmp/gaia-disk”
}
}

4 - curl localhost/hub_info | jq

[[email protected]:] ~/blockchain/gaiahub/gaia $ curl localhost/hub_info | jq
% Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
100 157 0 157 0 0 4945 0 --:–:-- --:–:-- --:–:-- 5064
{
“challenge_text”: “[“gaiahub”,“0”,“localhost”,“blockstack_storage_please_sign”]”,
“latest_auth_version”: “v1”,
“read_url_prefix”: “http://localhost:80/
}

5 - node gaia_test.js — Error

6 - *1 connect() failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream, client: 172.26.0.1, server: _, request: “GET /hub_info HTTP/1.1”, upstream: “http://172.26.0.2:3000/hub_info”, host: "localhost"

7 - The disk driver does not use the “config.bucket” variable. It is set to hub",“level”:“warn”,“timestamp”:"2019-08-16 16:12:19”

Thanks for helping me