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OK, so this was the first thing I had to figure how to save money for a trip fast out. Turned out to be a relatively easy thing to track how to save money for a trip fast down. I was using the "latest" container. Lucee updated the lucee4-nginx container version of tomcat. There were changes to the container’s internal pathing that no longer jived with the various how to save money for a trip fast settings files I had, so I just had to resolve the pathing issues to how to save money for a trip fast get it all straight. I also took the opportunity to go ahead and switch how to save money for a trip fast to lucee 5.2.

Now I was back up and running on my initial how to save money for a trip fast configuration, but (as you can see in the list above) I had some new goals I wanted to accomplish. So I sat down and started looking over my other how to save money for a trip fast requirements to figure out exactly what I needed. One of the first things I looked into was the how to save money for a trip fast SSL certs. I could buy expensive wildcard domain certs, but this is a blog. It creates no direct income. Luckily there’s letsencrypt. LetsEncrypt is a great little project working to secure the how to save money for a trip fast internet, creating a free, automated and open certificate authority to distribute, configure and manage SSL certs.

Long story short, my investigation of all of my requirements made me realize how to save money for a trip fast that I needed to decouple lucee from nginx, putting each in it’s own separate container. I’m going to use nginx as a reverse proxy to how to save money for a trip fast multiple containers/services, so decoupling makes the most sense. I’m still keeping things small, because this is all out of pocket, but one of the advantages of docker compose is I how to save money for a trip fast can define multiple small containers, each handling it’s own defined responsibility. In the end it comes down to this.

Building on our last post, we’re going to continue our step-by-step setup be talking more about the database setup. I had decided to use mariadb for my database. For anyone unfamiliar, mariadb was a fork of mysql created by many of how to save money for a trip fast mysql’s core development team when oracle bought mysql, to maintain an open source alternative. Since this blog was using a mysql database on the how to save money for a trip fast shared hosting platform, I needed something I could now use in our digitalocean how to save money for a trip fast droplet.

I explained the basics of this in the last post, but now let me go into some more depth on how to save money for a trip fast the finer points of the mariadb container itself. First, most of the magic comes by using environment variables. There are three different ways of handling setting environment variables how to save money for a trip fast with docker compose. First, you can define environment variables in a .Env file at the root of your directory, with variables that would apply to all of your containers. Secondly, you can create specific environment variable files (in this case the mariadb.Env file) that you can attach to containers using the env_file configuration how to save money for a trip fast attribute, like we did above. And a third way is to add environment variables to how to save money for a trip fast a specific container using the environment configuration attribute on a how to save money for a trip fast service.

When setting up my environment, I stepped in piece by piece. I’m going to layout each container in separate posts (as each had it’s own hurdles), but here I’ll give you some basics. You define your environment in a docker-compose.Yml file. Spacing is extremely important in these files, so if you have an issue bringing up your environment how to save money for a trip fast spacing will be one of the first things you want how to save money for a trip fast to check. Here I’ll show a simple configuration for a database server.

Here I’ve defined a network called my-network, and on that network I have a database service in how to save money for a trip fast a container called mydb. That container is aliased on the network as mydb and how to save money for a trip fast mysql. An alias is a name this container will be called how to save money for a trip fast when referenced by other containers. I bound a local folder ( sqlscripts) to a folder in the container ( docker-entrypoint-initdb.D). I also included a local file that contains the environment how to save money for a trip fast variables used by the container. This container used the actual mariadb image, but you could easily replace this line to point it how to save money for a trip fast to a directory with it’s own dockerfile defining your container (i.E. Change ‘image: mariadb:latest’ to ‘build: ./myimagefolder’).

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