I have a SPA app dockerized with single Dockerfile (server side is by Kotlin with Spring boot, front end is by typescript with React) and am trying to host that docker image on GCP as web app. At first I thought Cloud Run cloud be appropriate, but it seems that Cloud Run is serverless service ..
It has been a few months since I last deployed a new version of my .NET Core 2.1 app engine service. For some reason this no longer works: BUILD Starting Step #0 Step #0: Pulling image: gcr.io/gcp-runtimes/[email protected]:f5552a5efdaf278a3124ea10fd1c9636b09fc9f98f9e620cbd71279797576b3f Step #0: sha256:f5552a5efdaf278a3124ea10fd1c9636b09fc9f98f9e620cbd71279797576b3f: Pulling from gcp-runtimes/aspnetcorebuild Step #0: bd0de8be231c: Pulling fs layer Step #0: 091745073ef1: Pulling fs layer ..
I have docker custom image with apache install . I have to install the libapache2-mod-security on docker conatiner i am using the below command inside the docker container but getting error. apt-get install libapache2-mod-security [email protected]:/opt/drupal# apt-get install libapache2-mod-security Reading package lists Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done E: Unable to locate package libapache2-mod-security [email protected]:/opt/drupal# ..
I’m using bazel as my build process for a monorepo, and I’m going to be using App Engine for the client side of the application. – client/ – app.yaml – BUILD – main.py – app/ – angular app cloudbuild.yaml WORKSPACE I’m using pkg_web to package up the client side app, with the app.yaml and main.py ..
We’ve got a set up using google appengine with a docker container running a laravel application. Our users need to upload large video files (max 1028MB) to the server which in turn is stored in GCS. But GAE gives an error 413 Request entity too large nginx. I’ve confirmed this is not an issue on ..
I am not sure the situation has been changed but it seems I got stuck with the versions I am using. Previously, in Angular 7, we were able to generate server files for Angular Universal at the root level so we could have node main.js in app yaml and Google App Engine just found the ..
I usually deploy my NodeJS app to Google App Engine and ignore all docker assets when deploying by a .gcloudignore file as below: .git .gitignore Dockerfile docker-compose.yml nginx/ redis-data/ .vscode/ .DS_Store .prettierrc README.md node_modules/ .env Last week I have successfully deployed my app to App Engine without any problems. But today (without any changes except ..
I am trying to run django on a custom runtime of nginx so that I can interact with the nginx.conf file. SSH-ing into the deployed instance with the below files reveals that the folders I create for nginx are not created on app engine. Is there another way I should be doing this in order ..
I have an App Engine service I deploy a custom runtime in a flexible environment. Deployments functioned normally on 11/20. On 11/21 gcloud app deploy stopped using the Dockerfile and began treating it as a non-custom runtime. Neither the app.yaml nor the Dockerfile have changed. Below is a sample log from 11/20 and 11/21 respectively. ..
I am building an app (PHP/Laravel) that is supposed to be deployed on Google’s App Engine. One of the components of the app is to be able to connect to an MSSQL server. Everything worked fine when I was debugging it, but as soon as I deployed it to the App Engine – guess what? ..