Docker images nasqueron/... we maintain.
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#!/bin/sh # # Usage: jenkins <container name> <command> [args]
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$ setenv DOCKER_BUILDKIT 1 $ docker build -t nasqueron/phabricator . [+] Building 62.4s (10/10) FINISHED => [internal] load build definition from Dockerfile 0.1s => => transferring dockerfile: 920B 0.1s => [internal] load .dockerignore 0.1s => => transferring context: 2B 0.0s => [internal] load metadata for docker.io/nasqueron/nginx-php7-fpm:latest 0.0s => [1/5] FROM docker.io/nasqueron/nginx-php7-fpm 0.2s => [internal] load build context 0.2s => => transferring context: 1.21MB 0.2s => [2/5] RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y mercurial subversion python3-pygments openssh-client mariadb-cli 18.9s => [3/5] RUN cd /opt && git clone https://github.com/phacility/libphutil.git && git clone https://github.com/phacility/arcanist.gi 38.3s => [4/5] COPY files / 0.1s => [5/5] WORKDIR /opt/phabricator 0.0s => exporting to image 4.4s => => exporting layers 4.4s => => writing image sha256:8e18d25e04bce86f190f7843cce916c9a527c1c5f1a8868010f45f5f49c675a9 0.0s => => naming to docker.io/nasqueron/phabricator 0.0s
If we want to have it in the multi-services container, run like a charm through runit, without any need for the environment:
Mar 18 2022
Look at the sample I posted a port definition:
Mar 16 2022
Below is my YAML file:
Mar 15 2022
So Kubernetes have two notions:
- a pod, which can be one or several containers (here there will be one for Openfire normally)
- a service, which is a layer to access that pod from the external world
Need to reopen the ticket.
I'm running the same docker file as given below in centos 7.
Sorry, i missed your messages.
Mar 11 2022
I hope those ports elements can help you to debug and run your server.
Mar 10 2022
@Giri512 How things are going on? Did you deploy your XMPP server? Still need help on that issue or any other?
Mar 8 2022
How do you run the Docker image?
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Solution implemented in D2525: we use /var/service.
On Debian Bullseye, /etc/service is a symlink to /etc/runit/runsvdir/current.
Done. Last step is to ensure applications dependent of this image works correctly under Buster and Bullseye.