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Compose is a tool for defining and running complex applications with Docker. With Compose, you define a multi-container application in a single file, then spin your application up in a single command which does everything that needs to be done to get it running.

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Compose is a tool for defining and running complex applications with Docker. With Compose, you define a multi-container application in a single file, then spin your application up in a single command which does everything that needs to be done to get it running.

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Docker Machine creates a VM since any OS other than Linux can't natively run containers.In case of VirtualBox, I believe it creates port forward rules to allow things to work on localhost but is pro …
answered Nov 8 by Pramodh Valavala
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While using a health check is easier, it totally depends on how reliable the check is.Another approach would be to rely on projects like wait-for-it or wait-for, in your app container.Since you are …
answered Nov 10 by Pramodh Valavala
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You shouldn't mount things at the root of the container. Use another mount point like /app. Also, you don't need a named volume but a bind mount for this situation.Make changes like thisDevelopmen …
answered Nov 11 by Pramodh Valavala
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This use case calls for having a way to route to a specific container based on URL path. So, you can use something like traefik to act as a gateway to your many docker containers.Each of your jupyte …
answered Nov 8 by Pramodh Valavala
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If you are running docker-compose up -d, you can always then use standard CLI tools like grep on piped data from docker-compose logs -fSo, basically something like this, docker-compose logs -f | gre …
answered Oct 26 by Pramodh Valavala
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Though you set the API_URL in your docker-compose.yml, the actual request to get the spec file is done by the browser I believe.So, your browser should be able to resolve that URL, not the swagger-u …
answered Nov 8 by Pramodh Valavala
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Most likely the DB is not up yet.When you do docker-compose down, it deletes the container and since you aren't using a volume for persistence, the DB has to run through its init process again which …
answered Nov 10 by Pramodh Valavala
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Well, I guess it would depend on the scale of your deployment.Docker is alone sufficient for deployments in a single VM (and docker network) I suppose but what it you want to scale across VMs, Physi …
answered Nov 8 by Pramodh Valavala
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Many containerized applications, especially stateful ones, have a way of running init scripts (like the sql scripts here) and they are supposed to run only once.And since they are stateful, the volu …
answered Nov 12 by Pramodh Valavala

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