Precondition: I start the StartPing via Docker-Compose: version: ‘3.7’ services: statup: container_name: StatPing image: statping/statping restart: unless-stopped depends_on: – postgres ports: – 8080:8080 volumes: – ./statup/app:/app environment: VIRTUAL_HOST: localhost VIRTUAL_PORT: 8080 DB_CONN: postgres DB_HOST: postgres DB_USER: statup DB_PASS: password123 DB_DATABASE: statup NAME: StatPing DESCRIPTION: StatPing postgres: container_name: Postgres image: postgres:10 restart: unless-stopped volumes: – ./statup/postgres:/var/lib/postgresql/data ..
I am trying to deploy Rocket.Chat to an Azure Container Instance. I have the Mongo database running on a virtual machine and am using this command to create the container instance: az container create –resource-group <Resource Group> –name rocketchat –image rocket.chat –restart-policy OnFailure –environment-variables MONGO_URL=mongodb:<IP Address>:80 –ports 3000 I get the following error from the ..
I’m having trouble getting MongoDB/Rocketchat to work at all on my CentOS 7 machine using Ansible. I was using the docker_container module, but for troubleshooting purposes I’m just trying to get it to work using docker cli. I am using the command on the Rocketchat docker image page to run a MongoDB container like so: ..
I want to integrate RocketChat on my website using docker. So, on my site I have a link that redirect the user to the chat platform. I installed all on docker and it works, but I think it’s a problem that my symfony local server is on 127.0.0.1:8000 and my RocketChat platform is on localhost:3000 ..
Description: I am trying to build Rocket.Chat 3.9.0 source in Dockerfile, but meteor build command fails What am I doing wrong? Here are the contents of my Dockerfile: FROM ubuntu:18.04 RUN apt-get update # Meteor requirements RUN apt-get install g++ build-essential git curl -y # Steps from Github workflow RUN set +e METEOR_SYMLINK_TARGET=$(readlink ~/.meteor/meteor) METEOR_TOOL_DIRECTORY=$(dirname ..
Setting up a Team Chat Rocket chat using the AWS guidelines https://docs.rocket.chat/installation/paas-deployments/aws/ I’m at the final stages of configuration using docker after adjusting the yaml code below to match my domain. version: ‘2’ services: rocketchat: image: rocket.chat:latest command: > bash -c "for i in `seq 1 30`; do node main.js && s=$$? && break || ..