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cp .env.example .env
nano .env # add api settings.

Then docker compose up -d should be enough to start the web app, and it should be browsable at http://localhost:5000/

Once you've done that, log into the container with docker compose exec loan bash and run the following to initalize the postgres database:

python db/ version_control
python db/ upgrade

Finally, you can populate the database by doing this:

flask import-users
flask import-rankings
flask import-user-rankings

You can restore a database from a backup file like if the following file exist, replace YOUR_PASSWORD with your db password.

docker-compose exec -e POSTGRES_HOST='postgres' -e POSTGRES_PASS='YOUR_PASSWORD' -e TARGET_ARCHIVE='/backups/2024/January/PG_screeps.15-January-2024.dmp' -e TARGET_DB='screeps_backup' pgbackups /backup-scripts/