The error "cannot start service redis server network not found" typically occurs when the Redis server is trying to bind to a network that does not exist or is not available. This can happen for several reasons: misconfiguration of the Redis configuration file (redis.conf), an incorrect Docker Compose or Kubernetes setup, a missing or improperly set up network interface, or even network connectivity issues on the host machine.
To resolve this error, you should first verify your Redis configuration file (redis.conf) and ensure the 'bind' directive is referring to a valid IP address or hostname. If you're using Docker Compose or Kubernetes, double-check the network configuration and make sure it matches the network specified in the Redis setup. Additionally, inspect the network interfaces on the host machine to confirm they are correctly configured and connected. If the issue persists, consider troubleshooting any underlying network connectivity problems on the host or within your infrastructure.