docker-compose up -d nginx mysql phpmyadmin redis workspace, Laradock goes through a 15 minutes process of downloading docker images and setting up a lot of stuff - is there a way to install only a minimal version, instead?
Hey Everyone! I am running into an issue when I build then start up my docker
docker-compose up -d --build php-fpm nginx php-worker workspace redis-cluster mongo I get a 502 bad request error when I hit localhost. I can get it to work if I rebuild
php-fpm, but I would like have it work on the initial build. In my logs for
php-fpm I am getting an error `genrsa: Can't open "/etc/nginx/ssl/default.key" for writing, No such file or directory
Can't open /etc/nginx/ssl/default.key for reading, No such file or directory` Which is preventing php from fully building. It looks like there are some permission issues with accessing nginx but I do not know where to start or how I can fix this. Can anyone point me in the right direction or have a fix? Thanks!
Please help me,
GF_PATHS_DATA='/var/lib/grafana' is not writable.
You may have issues with file permissions, more information here: http://docs.grafana.org/installation/docker/#migration-from-a-previous-version-of-the-docker-container-to-5-1-or-later
mkdir: can't create directory '/var/lib/grafana/plugins': Permission denied
Thank you so much,
Hello all. I'm new to docker. Followed the get started guide, but I'm unable to connect on both localhost and 127.0.0.1. Any help? (if it helps, i ran a different container with apache/php, and had no trouble connecting [using the docker ip and a pre-configured port]). With docker ps,
laradock_reddis are running.
Do i need to try connecting with different ip address?
Does anyone know how to optimize the response speed, my environment takes a long time to respond with Laravel applications.
First time when opening url: 18.5 seconds
Refresh page: 3-4 seconds
Windows 10 with WSL 2 (ubuntu)
Laradock: Apache2 + PHP 7.3 + phpMyadmin + Mysql
Core i5 6600k
32GB DDR4 2400MHZ RAM
Is there any way to integrate
PhpRedis in the Laradock?
'client' => env('REDIS_CLIENT', 'phpredis'),
Since from the Laravel 7, the default redis client is phpredis and it is much more performance efficient, I want to use phpredis instead of predis. After surfing through online quite a while, I have found out that containerizing phpredis is kind of hard because I don't have that much experience in docker. So is there any simple way I can dockerize phpredis in Laradock?
Much appreciate the help. Thanks.
composer install, php artisan migration, php artisan db:seedHow can I do better? What I was thinking about
1. run docker-compose exec workspace composer install in my server,
2 build container, Build a container to run these commands, and then do the same thing each time the code is updated