Tag: nginx

How to run Nginx within a Docker container without halting?

I have Nginx installed on a Docker container, and am trying to run it like this: docker run -i -t -p 80:80 mydockerimage /usr/sbin/nginx The problem is that the way Nginx works, is that the initial process immediately spawns a master Nginx process and some workers, and then quits. Since Docker is only watching the […]

From inside of a Docker container, how do I connect to the localhost of the machine?

So I have a Nginx running inside a docker container, I have a mysql running on localhost, I want to connect to the MySql from within my Nginx. The MySql is running on localhost and not exposing a port to the outside world, so its bound on localhost, not bound on the ip address of […]

How to correctly link php-fpm and Nginx Docker containers?

I am trying to link 2 separate containers: nginx:latest php:fpm The problem is that php scripts do not work. Perhaps the php-fpm configuration is incorrect. Here is the source code, which is in my repository. Here is the file docker-compose.yml: nginx: build: . ports: – “80:80” – “443:443” volumes: – ./:/var/www/test/ links: – fpm fpm: […]

How to change nginx config in amazon elastic beanstalk running a docker instance

After i login and the cookie is set I get error 502. When i read the log i get the error: 014/05/17 01:54:43 [error] 11013#0: *8 upstream sent too big header while reading response header from upstream, client: 83.248.134.236, server: , request: “GET /administration HTTP/1.1”, upstream: After some fast googling i found: http://developernote.com/2012/09/how-i-fixed-nginx-502-bad-gateway-error/ and I […]

Dockerized nginx is not starting

I have tried following some tutorials and documentation on dockerizing my web server, but I am having trouble getting the service to run via the docker run command. This is my Dockerfile: FROM ubuntu:trusty #Update and install stuff RUN apt-get update RUN apt-get install -y python-software-properties aptitude screen htop nano nmap nginx #Add files ADD […]

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