Category : build

so I am trying to deploy my multi-docker container(Frontend, Backend, and Nginx containers) application in AWS BeansTalk. I am using CodeBuild to build the docker images using buildspec.yml file. The build fails when trying to build the first container(containerizing frontend application). Kindly refer to the image attached for the error details. It is basically saying ..

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I have a Python project with Docker that uses gdal package. For pretty long time everything were ok, but now I get an error while building an image: My Dockerfile: FROM python:3.6.8-alpine3.10 ENV PYTHONUNBUFFERED 1 RUN mkdir /app WORKDIR /app ADD requirements.txt /app/ RUN apk update && apk add –repository http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/community –repository http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/main geos gdal ..

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Team – Can you please share suggestions on how to fix the below issue. Error while running “apt-get update” in the Dockerfile using arm64v8/python:3.7-slim-buster base image. Additional details mentioned below $ docker pull arm64v8/python:3.7-slim-buster
 3.7-slim-buster: Pulling from arm64v8/python
 Digest: sha256:e1ec57646154a8d43aba22ce627b6558f2293811db44a9bd93a4c9639a1372ef
 Status: Image is up to date for arm64v8/python:3.7-slim-buster $ docker run –rm arm64v8/python:3.7-slim-buster apt-get update
WARNING: ..

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I’m working on Windows 10 with the CLIs Git Bash, WSL2 and PowerShell. So far, I have not figured out how to make the command docker build -t aws/codebuild/standard:3.0 . work. I’ve already tried several things: In Git Bash: net stop docker Opening PowerShell in Admin-mode, restarting Docker Daemon via cd "C:Program FilesDockerDocker" && ./DockerCli.exe ..

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Test Dockerfile FROM alpine:latest RUN env ARG buildno RUN env RUN echo "Buildno: ${buildno}" ENV buildno=${buildno} RUN echo "Buildno: ${buildno}" Sample docker-compose.yml version: "3.9" services: db: build: context: . args: buildno: 1 docker compose build does not recognize that I passed an argument ❯ docker compose build –progress=plain –no-cache #1 [internal] load build definition from ..

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