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Having trouble building a PHP app #94
I am deploying a PHP app but once deployed, it is showing 503 error. The contents of my
This is the last iteration of the file. I have tried a lot of configurations actually, but none of them work. Tried digging in the Nginx configs and saw that it is mainly doing this and it's not configured to run PHP files for
I'm sure I missed something here. Do I need to setup PHP-FPM for the Alpine image in the container? Do I need to explicitly tell Nginx that the root web folder is
If none of the above is the problem, can you point me in the right direction to solve this issue once and for all?
Thanks for the great repo though. Hell of a project!
Here is a link to oneclick app deploy script of adminer.
I know this is a old issue, but i got here from the manual so be careful if you need realibility of your application check out some of the php images and extend them to your needs.
Good catch. Note that the built-in image for PHP on CaptainDuckDuck uses the Apache variant of the image, which serves as a powerful webserver:
You can, for example, use