Note that if you are running Docker on OS X you will have to set up
port forwarding from your OS X to the Docker host virtual machine.
This can easily be done by running the following command:
VBoxManage controlvm "<docker-host-name>" natpf1 "<pfrule-name>,<protocol>,,<local-port>,,<remote-port>"
Note that the above command will only work if the Docker host
virtual machine is running. If the machine is stopped, you can use
this other command instead:
VBoxManage modifyvm "<docker-host-name>" --natpf1 "<pfrule-name>,<protocol>,,<local-port>,,<remote-port>"
|3000||TCP||Grafana web dashboard|
- Enrique Fernandez
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