I have Postgresql on a server in a docker container. How can I connect to it from the outside, that is, from my local computer? What setting should I apply to allow that?
I linked my app container to postgres on run: docker run –link postgres:postgres someproject/develop and it worked fine. But I realized that I need to install some stuff to database with django command before run. So I need linking while build. How can I do that? docker build -h doesn’t have –link option.
I’m still wrapping my head around Kubernetes and how that’s supposed to work. Currently, I’m struggling to understand how to model something like a PostgreSQL cluster with streaming replication, scaling out and automatic failover/failback (pgpool-II, repmgr, pick your poison). My main problem with the approach is the dual nature of a PostgreSQL instance, configuration-wise — […]
I have a Docker container that contains my Postgres database. It’s using the official Postgres image which has a CMD entry that starts the server on the main thread. I want to populate the database by running RUN psql –U postgres postgres < /dump/dump.sql before it starts listening to queries. I don’t understand how this […]
I have created an ubuntu image with nginx, php and postgres. I want to connect the postgres database in my current image with pgadmin located on my local machine. I have tried using docker inspector to try to use the image ip to make a connection with my local pgadmin but without much success. I’ve […]