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Docker compose config for developing and running tests #1125

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commented Nov 15, 2018

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Added a couple of features for running project with docker:

  • persistent volumes for database, bundles, node_modules etc
  • support for test environment in docker compose, running specs by docker-compose run app bundle exec rspec
    -extracted special base service app for running tasks
  • install postgres client to support rails db and browsing database
  • minor documentation improvements

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commented Nov 15, 2018

I don't have a strong opinion here. @maestromac feel free to merge this if you like.

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commented Nov 20, 2018

@maestromac could you please review?

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Sorry, this took so long. Seems to work well and faster than what we have. LGTM & Thanks!

ENTRYPOINT ["bundle", "exec"]
ADD /tini

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maestromac Jan 17, 2019


Tini's documentation stated that

NOTE: If you are using Docker 1.13 or greater, Tini is included in Docker itself. This includes all versions of Docker CE. To enable Tini, just pass the --init flag to docker run.

Does that apply here?

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