Can we assign a docker host port to default port 80 of the docker container if the container is in the running state? Source: Docker..
I have been trying to deploy my Kubernetes service, but it says still pending and keep pending. I waited 1 day and half but still pending. Kubernetes service Static-Site-Service.yaml apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: static-site-service annotations: imageregistry: "https://hub.docker.com/" labels: app: static-site spec: type: LoadBalancer ports: – name: http port: 8080 protocol: TCP targetPort: 8080 ..
I don’t know much about devops. But I need some devops knowledge in a new project. The project will briefly include a Flask backend with Python for machine learning. There will be a Node.js backend for other api services and voice chat. Can you give me some information about how I can run these two ..
Firt of all: I don’t want to connect to a docker container, running mongo. I am building a docker container that should access the mongo database I have installed in my running Ubuntu 18.04 machine. Docker suggests this could be done fairly easy by just adding the flag -pto the run command, so I did ..
I am trying to run docker compose up and I am getting this error: Error response from daemon: Ports are not available: listen tcp 192.168.1.100:13306: can’t bind on the specified endpoint All my other services besides mysql run fine on their designated ports but for some reason mysql does not. Here is the yml code ..
I have been trying for almost 3 weeks to build and run a meteor app (bundle) using Docker, I have tried all the majors recommendations in Meteor forums, Stackoverflow and official documentarion with no success, first I tried to make the bundle and put inside the docker but have awful results, then I realized what ..
Trying to use docker-compose within an ansible playbook using the docker_compose module. Note that I can successfully use the docker module in ansible but running into problems with docker_compose module. I’m using plaintext vars for testing locally, I use ansible-vault for storing secrets. On the ansible documentation it explains that their docker-compose module only supports ..
when I try to run Pipeline in DevOps I get below error. Error : –no-ansi option is deprecated and will be removed in future versions. Use –ansi never instead. I am new to devOps, I tried searching for ansi in code, could not find anything. Not sure where is it and how to change it ..
There’s some kind of automatic DNS creator on docker swarm? Like external-dns on kubernetes, some kind of way to describe on annotations the DNS name and something automatic create a DNS record on a external account, just automatic. Maybe a traefik plugin? Source: Docker..
I’m a noob to docker, Nginx, and devops, so go easy on me. I’ve followed a few tutorials that show me how to host multiple web apps through docker containers using Nginx and subdomains. I cannot create a new A Record for this domain, so I can’t use subdomains, it has to be a url. ..