layer:nginx in your
To proxy requests through NGINX to another application create a
site.toml file with the following:
"server_name" = "mybouncer.example.com" "app_path" = "/srv/myapp"
The variables in
site.toml will be available when configuring the NGINX
If additional packages are required (ie php-mysql, php-mcrypt) in your
includes: - layer:nginx options: apt: packages: - php-mysql - php-mcrypt
Once these packages are installed you can check their availability with:
@when('apt.installed.php-mysql') def do_something_with_mysql(): pass
- nginx.available - Set once nginx is installed and ready
- website.available - Set from the http interface bound to this layer.
Configure your web application once
nginx.available is set:
from charms.layer.nginx import configure_site @when('nginx.available') def configure_webapp(): configure_site('mywebsite', 'vhost.conf', app_path='/srv/app')
This layer exposes the http interface which can be used in the application layer that consumes this layer.
@when('nginx.available', 'website.available') def configure_website(website): website.configure(port=config['port'])
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