I am running a docker-compose project in a DigitalOcean Docker droplet. I also have a persistent volume. It has been mounted on /mnt/volume_fra1_01 In my docker-compose.yml, I defined the volume for the database: … db: image: postgres:12.0-alpine volumes: – postgres_data:/var/lib/postgresql/data/ env_file: – ./postgres/.env … volumes: postgres_data: … and I’ve created the symbolic link with sudo ..
I have a Node RTMP streaming server running inside a Docker container on a DigitalOcean droplet. I am trying to access this streaming server from an Android emulator using the public IPv4 address of the DigitalOcean droplet and port 1935, but it is unable to connect. I am wondering how I can connect to the ..
Im bulding a web app, RoR coupled with PostgreSQL db for the back, VueJS with NuxtJS for the front, The whole is deployed in production with Capistrano to DigitalOcean, 3 droplets for the front-end, back-end and a reverse-proxy made with Nginx, Im newbie with Docker and Capistrano deployments, I got a failure during deployment because ..
I’m working with DigitalOcean, specicially the 1-click Docker droplet. Docker is running on the droplet, and the socket file is at /var/run/docker.sock on the droplet. I have docker and docker-compose also installed locally on my machine. I have a docker-compose.yml that works locally on my machine. I have the public-key on the droplet and the ..
I’ve got a NodeJS project in a Bitbucket repo, and I am struggling to understand how to use Bitbucket Pipelines to get it from there onto my DigitalOcean server, where it can be served on the web. So far I’ve got this image: node:10.15.3 pipelines: default: – parallel: – step: name: Build caches: – node ..
I am very new to the concept of Docker and DigitalOcean Droplets. I have created a DigitalOcean Droplet that runs Docker 19.03.12 on Ubuntu 20.04. I currently have three repositories on GitLab: Two Node.js servers One Vue.js frontend And I want to accomplish the following: Set up a CI/CD pipeline for each repository that deploys ..
Mere hours after deploying my first ever server, my nginx proxy which was only being queried by myself until now has started registering a massive amount of requests from a Mongolian IP address. Being an absolute newbie when it comes to security, I assume this is an attack and I honestly have no clue about ..
i try to invoke command on my remote server (DROPLET-DigitalOcean) from my travis build server, how should i connect to the server properly and run command docker-compose up? My .travis.yml file: language: csharp sudo: required mono: none dotnet: 5.0.202 branches: only: – master before_script: – chmod -R a+x scripts script: – cd src/Application.Api – dotnet ..
I have large Kubernates jobs which take the whole resources of one node / droplet in Digitalocean. Using resources in a deploy.yaml, the cluster autoscaler works to scale up, but sometimes the nodes continue to run instead of killing / scaling down when the job is done. How do I make sure the nodes get ..
I’m looking at how to create a digitalocean firewall for my docker container. I know how to create a rule for TCP port 5432. However I still want to connect using pgadmin. How can I only allow local connections, and two connections from the IP address of a couple of specific computers? Source: Docker..