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version: '2.3'
x-lagoon-project:
# Lagoon project name (leave `&lagoon-project` when you edit this)
&lagoon-project drupal-example
x-volumes:
&default-volumes
# Define all volumes you would like to have real-time mounted into the docker containers
volumes:
- .:/app:delegated
x-environment:
&default-environment
LAGOON_PROJECT: *lagoon-project
# Route that should be used locally, if you are using pygmy, this route *must* end with .docker.amazee.io
LAGOON_ROUTE: http://drupal-example.docker.amazee.io
# Uncomment if you like to have the system behave like in production
#LAGOON_ENVIRONMENT_TYPE: production
# Uncomment to enable xdebug and then restart via `docker-compose up -d`
#XDEBUG_ENABLE: "true"
x-user:
&default-user
# The default user under which the containers should run. Change this if you are on linux and run with another user than id `1000`
user: '1000'
services:
cli: # cli container, will be used for executing composer and any local commands (drush, drupal, etc.)
build:
context: .
dockerfile: Dockerfile.cli
image: *lagoon-project # this image will be reused as `CLI_IMAGE` in subsequent Docker builds
labels:
# Lagoon Labels
lagoon.type: cli-persistent
lagoon.persistent.name: nginx # mount the persistent storage of nginx into this container
lagoon.persistent: /app/web/sites/default/files/ # location where the persistent storage should be mounted
<< : *default-volumes # loads the defined volumes from the top
user: root
volumes_from: # mount the ssh-agent from the pygmy or cachalot ssh-agent
- container:amazeeio-ssh-agent
environment:
<< : *default-environment # loads the defined environment variables from the top
nginx:
build:
context: .
dockerfile: Dockerfile.nginx
args:
CLI_IMAGE: *lagoon-project # Inject the name of the cli image
labels:
lagoon.type: nginx-php-persistent
lagoon.persistent: /app/web/sites/default/files/ # define where the persistent storage should be mounted too
<< : *default-volumes # loads the defined volumes from the top
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
depends_on:
- cli # basically just tells docker-compose to build the cli first
environment:
<< : *default-environment # loads the defined environment variables from the top
LAGOON_LOCALDEV_URL: nginx-drupal-example.docker.amazee.io # generate another route for nginx, by default we go to varnish
networks:
- amazeeio-network
- default
php:
build:
context: .
dockerfile: Dockerfile.php
args:
CLI_IMAGE: *lagoon-project
labels:
lagoon.type: nginx-php-persistent
lagoon.name: nginx # we want this service be part of the nginx pod in Lagoon
lagoon.persistent: /app/web/sites/default/files/ # define where the persistent storage should be mounted too
<< : *default-volumes # loads the defined volumes from the top
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
depends_on:
- cli # basically just tells docker-compose to build the cli first
environment:
<< : *default-environment # loads the defined environment variables from the top
mariadb:
image: amazeeio/mariadb-drupal
labels:
lagoon.type: mariadb
ports:
- "3306" # exposes the port 3306 with a random local port, find it with `docker-compose port mariadb 3306`
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
environment:
<< : *default-environment
redis:
image: amazeeio/redis
labels:
lagoon.type: redis
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
environment:
<< : *default-environment
solr:
image: amazeeio/solr:6.6-drupal
labels:
lagoon.type: solr
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
ports:
- "8983" # exposes the port 8983 with a random local port, find it with `docker-compose port solr 8983`
environment:
<< : *default-environment
varnish:
image: amazeeio/varnish-drupal
labels:
lagoon.type: varnish
links:
- nginx # links varnish to the nginx in this docker-compose project, or it would try to connect to any nginx running in docker
<< : *default-user # uses the defined user from top
environment:
<< : *default-environment
VARNISH_BYPASS: "true" # by default we bypass varnish, change to 'false' or remove in order to tell varnish to cache if possible
networks:
- amazeeio-network
- default
networks:
amazeeio-network:
external: true
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