I was recently trying to create a docker container and connect it with my SQLDeveloper but I started facing some strange issues. I downloaded the docker image using below pull request: docker pull store/oracle/database-enterprise:126.96.36.199-slim then I started the container from my docker-desktop using port 1521. The container started with a warning. enter image description here ..
I have a problem with pathways docker-compose, when I try build project with only docker build, it works great, but I mustn’t use docker build, I have to use docker-compose. When I use docker-compose it returns 2 ERRORS at step 3/5 => ERROR [3/5] COPY /app/package.json . and at step 5/5 => ERROR [5/5] COPY ..
What is the best approach to store files path from different servers and pass them to a user? My problem looks like this I have Nginx that loads balancing users to different machines now user uploads images or videos and the path is store in a database but the path looks like this "/image/users/:imageId" so ..
I have a Node application that should run the frontend on one Docker container and the backend on another one. Both the frontend and backend are using Express. Currently I’m trying to redirect the APIs called from the client on the frontend to the backend. Example: frontend running on 188.8.131.52 calls the api /api/get-price/toy/1 and ..
Sorry if this question is too opinion-based.. But I have been learning Docker and wondering whether I should use Docker on my local machine instead of the good ol’way for every run of my app or use it just to test if it works correctly before deploying? Because Docker looks too scary and complex to ..
I’m using Docker to automate my backend work in Python. I have a file backend.py, which when executed, downloads pdf files and converts them into images. This is my Dockerfile: FROM python:3.6.3 RUN apt-get update -y RUN apt-get install -y python-pip python-dev build-essential RUN pip install –upgrade pip RUN apt-get install -y ghostscript libgs-dev RUN ..
I have a problem with my python(python3.8.5) project! I have two docker containers. One is used for the frontend(container2) using flask. There I have a website where I can send requests(package requests) to the second container(backend). In the backend(container1) I have to create a zip file containing multiple file. That part is done. Now the ..
Hello everybody) I started learning dokku. Going through the tutorial from the documentation for the Heroku Ruby on Rails "Getting Started" app I can’t go to url generated by dokku in the browser. I am only using my local machine while learning and doing git push to localhost. This command works without errors, the container ..
I need to redirect "/swagger-ui.html" to the documentation page. I tried: app = FastAPI() @app.get("/swagger-ui.html") async def docs_redirect(): response = RedirectResponse(url=’/docs’) return response and app = FastAPI(docs_url="/swagger-ui.html") @app.get("/") async def docs_redirect(): response = RedirectResponse(url=’/swagger-ui.html’) return response But, running the project directly (using uvicorn command) I works, but when I put it on a Docker container, ..
I’m trying to develop a Laravel 8 app using docker, I previously have installed docker 20.10.3 on my ubuntu 20 pc, I followed every step for Linux installation but, when I type ./vendor/bin/sail up I get: ./vendor/bin/sail: line 42: docker-compose: command not found ./vendor/bin/sail: line 44: docker-compose: command not found ./vendor/bin/sail: line 280: docker-compose: command ..