Getting ENOVERSIONS errors on npm install commands

We started getting ENOVERSIONS errors on one of our private npm packages. We were using 3.29.2, but after seeing NEXUS-26856, we upgraded to 3.31.0, but the problem persists. We definitely have versions of the app in our registry. I don’t see any errors in the nexus logs - how can I go about troubleshooting this?

>npm install --save @bblabs/knapsack
npm ERR! No valid versions available for undefined
npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
npm ERR! /Users/briankopp/.npm/_logs/2021-06-23T03_05_09_737Z-debug.log

I woulds say take a look at the package root metadata (/repository/{repo-name}/{package-name}/) at the dists section.

Thanks Matthew! I’m a bit new to nexus - where would I find that information. We are using S3 blob stores for data storage. The app itself is running the official nexus docker container, with our data drive mounted to /nexus-data. I don’t see anything when I search for knapsack, npm, or repository, using find / -type d -name 'knapsack'. Would that metadata be in the blob store?


use a web browser