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Postgresql & PgAdmin powered by compose

Requirements:

  • docker >= 17.12.0+
  • docker-compose

Quick Start

  • Clone or download this repository
  • Go inside of directory, cd compose-postgres
  • Run this command docker-compose up -d

Environments

This Compose file contains the following environment variables:

  • POSTGRES_USER the default value is postgres
  • POSTGRES_PASSWORD the default value is changeme
  • PGADMIN_PORT the default value is 5050
  • PGADMIN_DEFAULT_EMAIL the default value is pgadmin4@pgadmin.org
  • PGADMIN_DEFAULT_PASSWORD the default value is admin

Access to postgres:

  • localhost:5432
  • Username: postgres (as a default)
  • Password: changeme (as a default)

Access to PgAdmin:

  • URL: http://localhost:5050
  • Username: pgadmin4@pgadmin.org (as a default)
  • Password: admin (as a default)

Add a new server in PgAdmin:

  • Host name/address postgres
  • Port 5432
  • Username as POSTGRES_USER, by default: postgres
  • Password as POSTGRES_PASSWORD, by default changeme

Logging

There are no easy way to configure pgadmin log verbosity and it can be overwhelming at times. It is possible to disable pgadmin logging on the container level.

Add the following to pgadmin service in the docker-compose.yml:

logging:
  driver: "none"

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