A docker image for running openresty projects
supervisor for executing processes. If you're using a
/usr/local/bin/proc2super will convert it to supervisor format.
The build process runs as a user
builder with sudo rights.
Also, a non-privileged user
app has been created for running the process.
An example Dockerfile is as follows:
FROM peer60/openresty-runner ADD . /app WORKDIR /app RUN sudo chown -R app:app /app USER app RUN proc2super < /app/Procfile > /app/supervisord.conf CMD supervisord -c supervisord.conf
Start it with
docker run username/myapp -p 5000:5000
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