Setup local WordPress development environment with Docker error 500

Source – stackoverflow.com I need help with setting up my docker, I know there is much already configured environments but I need the one that fits my needs. Bellow you can find my setup. docker-compose.yml version: ‘3’ services: nginx: image: nginx:latest ports: – “80:80” volumes: – ./wordpress:/var/www/html – ./config/nginx:/etc/nginx/conf.d – ./logs/nginx:/var/log/nginx depends_on: – phpfpm restart: always mariadb: image: mariadb:latest ports: – “3306:3306” volumes: – ./data/db:/var/lib/mysql environment: MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: password MYSQL_DATABASE: wordpress MYSQL_USER: wordpress MYSQL_PASSWORD: password restart: always phpfpm: image: php:fpm ports: –

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DevOps engineers think Docker, Ansible and Kubernetes are the top 3 tools to learn

Source – jaxenter.com The data is in. According to Packt’s third annual Skill Up survey, Machine Learning, Big Data, and cloud computing are the top three trends in tech for 2017. Five thousand developers and tech professionals across the world responded to Packt’s third annual Skill Up survey to share their thoughts on the latest tech tools and trends, and how they work and learn. This year’s survey went even deeper than previous years, asking respondents to share their opinions on

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How to start working with Docker logs

Source – techrepublic.com Chances are you’ve run into issues with a Docker container or two. When that happens, what do you do? As with any piece of mission-critical software, any IT pro worth their weight in Cat5 will say the first thing you do is check the log files. The same holds true with Docker. But how do you check a log file for a container that doesn’t contain a complete operating system? Fortunately, the developers of Docker have thought of

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Testing ansible in docker container – how to set networks?

Source – docker.com I write this post to Docker for Mac not General, since I think this problem is quite related with OSX network settings. If not, tell me so I can move this to other section. This post is quite relevant with Ansible I am trying to build test environments for ansible with following conditions. Using centos docker container for ansible Using centos docker containers for targets All of 3 containers run successfully, but when I try to deploy to

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How to Deploy Java Apps With Docker

Source – dzone.com For those new to Docker, let me say “Welcome to the party!” It’s an easy way to deploy, run, and manage applications using VM-like containers that are independent of elements like hardware and language, which makes these containers highly portable. And it’s all the rage. So how do you deploy Java apps using Docker? You’re in the right place. I’ll walk through the process step by step – from installing Docker to installing Java inside a Docker container

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Why “Is Docker Secure?” is the Wrong Question to Ask

Source – twistlock.com Is Docker secure? That’s the million-dollar question as more and more organizations migrate production workloads to containers. But that’s a simplistic question, and there is not a yes or no answer. Instead of thinking in binary terms about Docker security (that is, trying to decide whether it is secure or not) it’s better to delve into the details of how Docker works in order to understand how the Docker security paradigm plays out. So, let’s take a look

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How to rebuild go project efficiently while using Docker Compose?

Source – stackoverflow.com This may be a stupid question, but I’m new to using Docker-compose. So far, I love it… but I’m having some long build times. I have a project with several dependencies, and I need to obviously rebuild the source every time I make a change. Right now, I’m calling docker-compose build to rebuild the container, followed by a docker-compose up. The problem is: It’s rebuilding the entire container for every change I make to the source code (which

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Docker for Continuous Delivery: The Basics

Source – tech.cars.com we have begun to leverage Docker for building our Node.js middleware applications and front end code. This originally came out of necessity since we had some repositories dependent on version 4 of Node and others on 6, but only 4 installed on the Jenkins agents. Rather than install both versions of Node and toggle them using a node version manager like n or, worse yet, using Jenkins tags to have some agents with one version and some with

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Integrating Codeship Pro And Docker With Percy Visual Testing

Source – documentation.codeship.com What Is Percy? Percy is a visual testing tool that lets you take screen shots, monitor visual changes and require team approval to these visual captures in an automated way as part of your CI/CD pipeline. Setting Up Percy Setting Your Percy Variables You will need to add the two values Percy provides when you create a new project inside their application – PERCY_TOKEN and PERCY_PROJECT – to the encrypted environment variables that you define in your codeship-services.yml

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How To Automatically Update Running Docker Containers

Source – ostechnix.com Watchtower is a free, open source application that allows you to monitor the running Docker containers and updates them automatically if it finds any changes in their base images. When watchtower finds that a running container needs to be updated, it will gracefully stop the running container by sending it a SIGTERM signal. It will then download the new image, and finally restart the Container with the same options that were used when it was deployed initially. Everything will

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