Category : jwilder-nginx-proxy

Running laravel project based on jwilder/nginx-proxy I got error in browser 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable nginx/1.21.1 with url: http://127.0.0.1:80 Running docker and checking containers in my OS I see : $ docker-compose up -d nginx-projectname is up-to-date php-radius is up-to-date mysql-projectname is up-to-date php-userend is up-to-date php-projectname is up-to-date [email protected]:/ProjectPath/lml$ docker ps -a CONTAINER ID ..

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Trying to run docker laravel project based on jwilder/nginx-proxy I got error : bind: address already in use I tried to stop docker at first and stop apache on my hosting Kubuntu 18, but errors anyway: [email protected]:/ProjectPath/lml$ systemctl stop docker [email protected]:/ProjectPath/lml$ systemctl restart docker [email protected]:/ProjectPath/lml$ docker-compose down Removing php-projectname … done Removing mysql-projectname … done ..

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We have a wordpress site on an aws ec2 that was setup with an auto renewing Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate. The auto renewal has recently stopped and the certificate has since expired. I have attempting to run docker exec {container_id} /app/force_renew but received this error: ACME server returned an error: urn:acme:error:serverInternal :: The server experienced ..

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We have a wordpress site on an aws ec2 that was setup with an auto renewing Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate. The auto renewal has recently stopped and the certificate has since expired. I have attempting to run docker exec {container_id} /app/force_renew but received this error: ACME server returned an error: urn:acme:error:serverInternal :: The server experienced ..

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We have a wordpress site on an aws ec2 that was setup to auto renew its SSL certificate via Let’s Encrypt. The auto renewal has recently stopped and the certificate has since expired. I have attempting to run docker exec {container_id} /app/force_renew but received this error: ACME server returned an error: urn:acme:error:serverInternal :: The server ..

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what I have: 1 running nginx proxy container by jwilder using the jwilder/nginx-proxy:alpine image several containers for several domains with databases and wordpress instances what I need: run a small php application on a subdomain I am new to docker, nginx etc so this question might seem a little stupid to you but after hours ..

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I’m testing Jwilder nginx-proxy custom nginx configuration using this command : version: "3.8" services: reverse-proxy: image: "jwilder/nginx-proxy:latest" container_name: "reverse-proxy" volumes: – "html:/usr/share/nginx/html" – "dhparam:/etc/nginx/dhparam" – "vhost:/etc/nginx/vhost.d" – "certs:/etc/nginx/certs" – "/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock:ro" – "PATH_TO/conf/myconf.conf:/etc/nginx/conf.d/myconf.conf:ro" restart: "always" networks: – "net" ports: – "80:80" – "443:443" letsencrypt: image: "jrcs/letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion:latest" container_name: "letsencrypt-helper" volumes: – "html:/usr/share/nginx/html" – "dhparam:/etc/nginx/dhparam" – "vhost:/etc/nginx/vhost.d" – ..

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