Examples for combining docker-gen and letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion
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docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion-examples

This repository is meant to be a starting point for working with nginx-proxy, docker-gen and docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion by providing basic working bootstrapped examples that combines them.

Choosing how to run things

Running docker containers can be done either using the command line interface (CLI), or using docker-compose

docker run

Replace all the default "site.example.com" and "mail@example.com" occurrences in docker-run/simple-site/docker-run.sh for your publicly accessible domain redirecting to the server running the script.

$ ./docker-run.sh

docker-compose v1

While docker-compose v1 file version isn't advised for starting new project, docker-gen hasn't yet officially resolved the issue raised by new networking in docker-compose v2, you might find it easier to stick with v1.

Replace all the default "site.example.com" and "mail@example.com" occurrences in docker-compose/v1/simple-site/docker-compose.yml for your publicly accessible domain redirecting to the server running the script.

$ docker-compose up

docker-compose v2

V2 support for docker-gen is being done through @almereyda's unofficial solution. See above for compose v1.

Replace all the default "site.example.com" and "mail@example.com" occurrences in docker-compose/v2/simple-site/docker-compose.yml for your publicly accessible domain redirecting to the server running the script.

First, you'll need to create an external docker network named 'nginx-proxy' (or change the name in compose file).

docker network create -d bridge nginx-proxy

You'll only need to do this once.

$ docker-compose up

Debugging

You should use docker logs to see the output of your daemonized containers.

$ docker logs nginx

You can also checkout the docker-gen generated "default.conf" file using docker exec

$ docker exec -it nginx-gen cat /etc/nginx/conf.d/default.conf

Notes

If you want to help out the community, feel free to submit a PR with other examples for popular site/apps such as Wordpress, ghost...

I'll try to add some myself provided this repo gets enough stars.