One would assume that he means he wants an internal system that will not have internet access after setup.
This project is not a good idea for that.
You're right. I want to use on my internal network. I tried npm packages install with "cache-min" and "save" params. But still not good working.
Oh I see, sorry.
Check DNS to make sure that DNS is working when offline. Or at least pointing to a DNS server that will report back quickly.
No, it's not about DNS. I'm working on localhost with containers.
Why would either of those things apply here? Knowing that you are on a localhost and using containers is why I suggested DNS specifically, because there might be calls going out and waiting for DNS to time out. That you are on a localhost is precisely why I asked, and containerization is definitely unrelated.
Sorry. I want to say, It's not about the DNS in my internal network. Cause I connect directly with IP.
as I said. I'm running docker containers on localhost. And when I connect to the internet, it's all good.
In this exact scenario, DNS is often the culprit. Hence why I asked. In a case like this, when you "go slow" when going offline, DNS is the culprit more than half of the time. Especially if things work, just really slowly. because the delay can come from DNS timeouts.
Yeah, you're right. Because my request is not respond 404. It's going slowly and sometimes 504 time out. So what do you suggests me?