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There should be a Dockerfile to make deployment easy. This especially makes it easier to set it up to have just a quick look at it.
Indeed. Easy deployment is a huge priority for us. 👍
This actually looks rather straightforward.
This guide uses apt-get; is that generally available in Docker? Or should we detect which package manager and write scripts for yum, zyp, pacman, etc. as well?
Yes, you base your images on base images, so you can just base it on FROM ubuntu:16.04.
I currently end up with https://gist.github.com/kelunik/ff63fff2c208aca8c5a1883344a9789b using https://gist.github.com/kelunik/ccc412ac0ed9c9899e92ab04461394f0
I remember having issues with PECL but alas my .bash_history got erased
I've been talking with @kelunik over Twitter. The PECL issues were fixed, but the Postgres setup isn't working yet.
See #55 for reasons why Postgres wasn't working
We should close this issue with #58 and consider opening another issue for better management of the container, I'm not 100% but I believe that most people create separate storage for logs, exposing ports using the EXPOSE tag in the Dockerfile ect...
Awesome work, @co60ca! 👍