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backend media files now upload to object storage on backend Dec 8, 2019
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docker-compose.test.yml renamed volume that media is stored in Dec 8, 2019
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Running Locally

Running piqlit locally is as easy as running docker-compose build && docker-compose up in your terminal. Before you can do this, however, you must copy the example.env file with the name .env and modify any values that you wish to change.


The compose file defaults to using a specific volume called db_data. When testing, it is a good idea to swap this out for a test database volume by setting the PL_DB_VOL environment variable to db_test_data when running docker-compose up.

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