I have a Golang project I am working and have multiple micro-services in the same code repository. My directory structure is roughly as follows: ├── pkg ├── cmd │ ├── servicea │ └── serviceb ├── internal │ ├── servicea │ └── serviceb ├── Makefile ├── scripts │ └── protogen.sh ├── vendor │ └── … ├── ..
I have an issue with my flask app running in docker (I am on Mac OS Big Sur). When I try to make a specific request, It throws me an exception. I check with docker logs and here what I get 2021-03-08T17:45:08.759+0000 I CONTROL [initandlisten] MongoDB starting : pid=1 port=27017 dbpath=/data/db 64-bit host=fd83f3a892ae 2021-03-08T17:45:08.759+0000 I ..
I am trying to send String message using Kafka, its throwing Exception with Key of the message being null. But as far as I know the key is automatically assigned by Kafka. I am getting this error in my console. 2021-02-23 14:34:10.420 ERROR 36996 — [ad | producer-1] o.s.k.support.LoggingProducerListener : Exception thrown when sending a ..
I get SAXParseException when using bitnami/tomcat:7 (debian) docker image but it works fine when using docker.io/hobsonspipe/centos-tomcat7 image. I even tested using the same java jdk1.8.0_131 I also tested the xml’s using xmllint and no errors. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> What could be the difference between the images? I don’t see any hidden characters in the first ..
I’m new to docker. I decided to use a docker container for my fastAPI app. The command docker build -t image . throws the error unable to prepare context: unable to evaluate symlinks in Dockerfile path: lstat /var/lib/snapd/void/Dockerfile: no such file or directory There is a Dockerfile in my directory and yes it is spelled ..
I’m going through a tutorial and I need find the location of the gitlab repos in docker container. The tutor has the location /var/opt/gitlab/git-data/repositories/test but in my case I only have +gitaly and @hashed in that directory. I ran a find command to search the whole server and found nothing. But the repo exists if ..
I received a dockerized firebase cloud functions app that I can’t run on my local machine. This is pretty curious since the main advantage of docker is to make an app to work no matter where. After making docker-compose up –build , I got this error : ✔ hosting: Local server: http://localhost:5000 my_folder | ⚠ ..
I am trying to figure out how to deploy a flask application that I have received with a Dockerfile to AWS Lambda. In local, all I have to do to start the app is to enter docker-compose up. That’s work great. But I don’t know how to deploy this environment to AWS Lambda and tell ..
I received a python docker image that works perfectly in local. All I need to do is enter docker-compose up to run the app on localhost. However, this is a completely different story when it comes to deploy it on AWS Elastic beanstalk and I am struggling since many hours to make it works. Here ..