I have deployed a Streamlit app on Heroku on a Docker container. The deployment works fine however when opening the app it works intermittently with the following error. 2021-11-30T14:46:13.224083+00:00 heroku[router]: at=error code=H31 desc="Misdirected Request" method=GET path="/favicon.ico" host=music-app-anna.herokuapp.com request_id=78aadc06-973d-4849-83d0-63f802714458 fwd="126.96.36.199" dyno= connect= service= status=421 bytes= protocol=https agent="Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like ..
I am currently working on my bachelor thesis. I am programming a web interface through Laravel that uses the google cloud speech to transcribe any text. However, I’ve already python code ready in form of a streamlit archive. Is it possible, to include the existing project inside my main docker container, so that I can ..
i want to use docker to containerize nginx, fastapi and 2 streamlit apps. All 3 apps (fastapi, 2streamlit apps) do not interact with each other. Nginx should work as reverse-proxy for the 3 apps. For fastapi it is working. I can send rest-api requests to http://ip:80/twxservices . "twxservices" as endpoint is added in the app.py ..
Here’s the reproducible example Dockerfile Dockerfile FROM python:3.8 WORKDIR /app RUN pip install streamlit COPY . /app ENTRYPOINT ["streamlit", "run", "app.py"] Docker Commands used docker build -t streamlit-app:latest . docker run -ti streamlit-app:latest Weirdly enough, it works using the network port provided by Streamlit (in Docker installed in my system with Ubuntu), but I have ..
I have a streamlit app that creates an html file. I can use webbrowser to open this html file in a new tab. When i run the app through my terminal it works as it should. When i run the app through docker, webbrowser.open_new_tab doesn’t work. The html file is created normally but i can’t ..
I have a streamlit app for which I have created an image in docker using the pymesh/pymesh image. I am able to successfully build the image. However, when I try to make a container from the image using: docker run -p 8501:8501 meshnetapp:latest I get the following error: 2021-10-15 10:50:57.500 Traceback (most recent call last): ..
I have a Web App running in Azure inside a docker container. However, I am unable to access the application. Here is the log from "Deployment Center": docker run -d -p 8349:80 –name app-my-web-app_0_bca7f103 -e PORT=80 -e WEBSITES_ENABLE_APP_SERVICE_STORAGE=false -e WEBSITES_PORT=80 -e WEBSITE_SITE_NAME=app-my-web-app -e WEBSITE_AUTH_ENABLED=False -e WEBSITE_ROLE_INSTANCE_ID=0 -e WEBSITE_HOSTNAME=app-my-web-app.azurewebsites.net -e WEBSITE_INSTANCE_ID=0a7710206f1bf4cc0f990b30fe5398a5e19747081c3fc5a2f68d99d5f89c7df1 mywebapp.azurecr.io/mywebapp:latest 2021-09-23T13:19:11.654Z INFO – Logging ..
I have been struggling for some days now to deploy an Azure App Service with two minimalist Docker containers. My first image is a basic postgres image and my second image is build with the following Dockerfile: FROM python:3.7 RUN pip install streamlit COPY app.py /streamlit-docker/ WORKDIR /streamlit-docker/ CMD streamlit run app.py and where app.py ..
I’m very new to server config so please excuse me if I don’t explain something properly. My current stack is Ubuntu 18.04 with Certbot, Nginx, and a Streamlit application all in separate Docker containers. Certbot is handling Letsencrypt ssl certificates for port 443, Nginx is using a reverse proxy on port 80 to my Streamlit ..
OMG, it is super annoying when installing streamlit in my M1 Mac which keeps making so many errors. An alternative could be the below repo using docker, but can someone explain to me how to use it? I am very new to use docker and couldn’t find the right way to use the below repo. ..