After I pull the latest docker image of latest (2.5.0) label, I can’t run a new container with my original config file… However, it works on 2.4.8. I list my logs below: [NOTICE] (1) : haproxy version is 2.5.0-f2e0833 [NOTICE] (1) : path to executable is /usr/local/sbin/haproxy [WARNING] (1) : config : missing timeouts for ..
I am trying to run the official latest redis docker image located here: https://hub.docker.com/_/redis I want to pass it in a custom config file. To test I downloaded the sample config file from here: https://redis.io/topics/config I stored the file in: C:/Users//redis/config/redis.config I changed directory to the redis/config folder (in powershell) and execute the command: docker ..
I have a shell script calling several python files which i would like to run and debug inside a docker container using pycharm. Inside the Run/Debug Configurations of a python files I am able select the python interpreter of the docker. However, the Run configuration of shell script poses some difficulties for me. Here i ..
I have this error showing up every time I try to run the docker-compose.yml file on ubuntu. Here’s how the file is configured version: "3.8" services: mongodb: image: mongo container_name: mongodb ports: – 27017:27017 volumes: – /var/snap/docker/common/var-lib-docker/volumes/data/_data environment: – ME_CONFIG_MONGODB_ADMINUSERNAME=rootuser – ME_CONFIG_MONGODB_ADMINPASSWORD=rootpass mongo-express: image: mongo-express container_name: mongo-express ports: – 8081:8081 environment: – ME_CONFIG_MONGODB_ADMINUSERNAME=rootuser – ME_CONFIG_MONGODB_ADMINPASSWORD=rootpass ..
What is the best way to maintain Images for different environments and why? Option : 1 Create diff images for the specific environment dev, stg, prod. we have to tell Jenkin job for which environment we are building the image and spring boot will load the specific configuration files. advantages : Environment specif images. disadvantages ..
I have Thingsboard installed in Docker in Ubuntu. The compose file maps 2 volumes to the host system, the data and logs directories, and that works fine. I wanted to do the same with the conf directory, to be able to modify some configuration and environment variables values in the thingsboard.yml and .conf files, and ..
This sounds quite intuitive to me that a conf file should not be changed by the application using it. Thus, a read-only file should be suited here. But launching a containerized version of logstash whose settings are set using docker config system mame me think some may disagree : configs: – source: ELK_LOGSTASH_SETTINGS target: /usr/share/logstash/config/logstash.yml ..
I’m currently working on an app based on FastAPI and Docker. This app is also linked to some other tools, like a MySQL dB, Redis, etc… also deployed as containers. Obvioulsy, I have some configuration items, including default values, some IP Addresses, secrets, feature enablement, etc… As of of today, I’m using Dynaconf, with settings ..
I’m trying to configure an error page in nginx for 500 and 502 error codes, I tried many different configuration options and solutions but none of them worked for me. The issue itself is, that no matter how I do the configuration, I always get the generic Nginx error page with 502 gateway timeout. The ..
I’m running this Docker image in local mode to do some local development for AWS Glue using PySpark/Jupyter notebook as my dev IDE. Starting the Spark application and then going to Spark UI to look at my environment variables I see spark.driver.memory 1000M I navigate to /home/spark-2.4.3-bin-spark-2.4.3-bin-hadoop2.8/conf/spark-defaults.conf and add this line based on the documentation: ..