What is docker-faye?
Run a node.js Faye server to handle real time push notifications. At the moment
it's only suitable for pushing data from a trusted source to Faye.
There is no client authentication or CSRF in place, but this is a non-issue if
you're sending data from a trusted source to Faye.
Configuration through ENV variables
The defaults are provided below.
# Do you want handshakes and disconnects to be logged to STDOUT? FAYE_LOGGING=0 # How will we connect to Redis? FAYE_REDIS_HOST='redis' FAYE_REDIS_PORT=6397 # Faye adapter configuration. FAYE_PORT=4242 FAYE_MOUNT='/stream' FAYE_TIMEOUT=45 # If supplied, Faye will only allow push requests from this domain. FAYE_SAME_ORIGIN_URL='' # This should be a strong token that is never shared with anyone other than # the server pushing data to Faye. FAYE_PUSH_TOKEN=''
Are you using docker-compose?
If so, adjust your
docker-compose.yml to look something like this:
# This Faye image assumes you're using Redis because let's be serious now, you # should not be using anything but Redis as a backend with Faye! redis: image: redis:2.8.21 ports: - 6379:6379 # I left in a dummy FAYE_PUSH_TOKEN to give you an idea of how secure the token # should be. DO NOT USE THIS TOKEN, GENERATE YOUR OWN! faye: image: nickjj/faye links: - redis ports: - 4242:4242 environment: FAYE_PUSH_TOKEN: 25087a8154b2b4b859362a2442bcf8a8bc0fc53b70fb3dfe57e67928d9aad8608cecabea58999bdd4fa5094b4c9032b7255d7ceb7aee6c29fbbdab43a33bf8f0