I use the docker-compose file pointed to by Michael, so I get 3 containers for Web + DB + Scheduler, all this work very well. If of any use to anyone, I have shared the scripts I use to automatically deploy and configure my [pre]production servers. It's here: https://github.com/Orange-OpenSource/Fossology-Docker-Deploy-Scripts


On 17/03/2020 01:21, Michael C. Jaeger wrote:

help is always welcome. Have you seen that BTW?


I see the point you make with the reverse proxy setup as well. If you find a 
good solution / contribute a good improvement, you re welcome of course. For 
postgresql it is easy maybe for the Web server part you would need 
configurations accordingly of course. Right now FOSSology uses mod-php to 
execute the php files for serving Web pages.

Kind regards,

On 17. Mar 2020, at 01:12, Foster, Jeremiah <jfos...@luxoft.com> wrote:

On Mon, 2020-03-16 at 22:48 +0100, Michael C. Jaeger wrote:

it is for this:

Oh, it's in salsa already!? That's good news.

And there's an ITP:

-> not ready, work in progress.
Understood. :-)

I wonder if the packaging is a good time to review the overall
architecture of FOSSology? I say that because I think that the Docker
image might use some love. It ships with it both apache and Postgress
which is somewhat different from the micro-architecture approach that
docker lends itself to. I can't run the docker image because I have a
nginx as a reverse proxy / web server and apache needs to bind to port
80 in the container and that means I need to edit the docker file, etc.

It would seem to me that if you're clearly defining the dependencies in
the packaging then you can use that to shrink the docker image to just
the FOSSology application, allowing users to use their web server of
choice and install Postgres separately.




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