How to run a docker container as a daemon starting the rails project built inside?

I’ve built an image with this Dockerfile:

FROM rails

RUN apt-get update
RUN mkdir /home/projects
WORKDIR /home/projects

RUN rails new hello


And this command:

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How to run a docker container as a daemon starting the rails project built inside?”

    To use a default command with a Dockerfile, you can use CMD:

    CMD /bin/rails server

    This will run bash -c /bin/rails server. You can also do

    CMD ["/bin/rails", "server"] which avoids the bash parent process.

    (I’m not familiar with rails, but you get the idea.)

    You can also use ENTRYPOINT instead of CMD which has various differences from CMD, such as how you can pass arguments to the main command.

    docker run -d hello will run the container as a daemon.

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