I am currently working on mongodb with docker on windows (windows containers). I created my Database and I have been inserting info in it for about a month now . But I have to share that specific database with my coworkers . Unfortunately when exporting an image of my container it didn’t have the database ..
Im using the Google Cloud Run service to host my Spring application in a docker container. The database is running in the Google SQL service. My problem is that the requests from the application to the database can take up to 2 minutes. See the Google Cloud Run log (the long requests are painted yellow). ..
Here is the command that i’m using, i’m new in golang and docker. Please help. docker run -v D:Datatrainingschema:/migrations –network host migrate/migrate -path=/migrations/ -database "mysql://root:[email protected](localhost:3306)/horde?multiStatements=true" up Source: Docker..
I have a cluster which has 2 instances.Both instance has Postgres container and its volume link to Elastic file system accesspoint as the Volume. I map the volume of both instance to /var/lib/postgresql/data, but container didn’t share its data. Here is my configuration docker-compose.yml version: "3.0" services: front: image: 540744822643.dkr.ecr.ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/front:latest links: – app:app.plasgate.com networks: – ..
Apologies if this seems like a silly question, but let me just provide a little context first. I’m currently in the middle of a project where I’m trying to find ways to speed up getting results back from a very large database (100G+). As the database is quite large, results take a while even when ..
From my Docker container, I’m trying to access a SQL Server database that is setup on my local machine. When trying to gain access to the database, I receive the error message: "An unhandled exception occurred while processing the request." (stack trace at the bottom). The database that I’m trying to access is the localdb. ..
I am trying to set up a MongoDB Docker container to use as a local database for testing, but I am facing issues. For running the container, I used following command: docker run -d –name mongodb -p 27017:27017 -e MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME="root" -e MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD="password" -v C:projectsdockervolumesmongotmp:/data/db mongo:4.4.4 I used -e to pass the root username and password ..
From my understanding, Aws RDS facilitate backup for the mysql database, but it is not cheap. While using docker image for mysql may save us more in terms of cost? Because we only need to download the docker image for dockerhub and directly use it for free(e.g. create an instance and run the container). Is ..
I am currently running a project on docker, and I am trying to communicate with the database via an API. They are both deployed on docker. The problem is, when I make a call to the API (via Postman or the front-end) I SOMETIMES get a 500 error. When I look at the logs (docker-compose ..
I created docker application with postgres. I don’t know why I can’t connect to it. I created docker-compose.yml, from this level I can easily connect to the database, I set up two applications – the database and my API. Through the docker-compose up command, I can see that they connect with each other without any ..