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Single-Image with MySQL Database

docker-compose.yaml
version: '3.5'

services:
  server:
    image: cortezaproject/corteza:${VERSION}
    restart: always
    env_file: [ .env ]
    depends_on: [ db ]
    networks: [ proxy, internal ]
    # Uncomment to use local fs for data persistence
    volumes: 
      - "serverdata:/data"
    environment:
      # This two are needed only if you are using NginX Lets-Encrypt companion
      # (see docs.cortezaproject.org for details)
      # VIRTUAL_HOST helps NginX proxy route traffic for specific virtual host to this container
      VIRTUAL_HOST:     ${DOMAIN}
      # LETSENCRYPT_HOST helps NginX LE companion pull and configure SSL certificates for your domain
      LETSENCRYPT_HOST: ${DOMAIN}

  db:
    # MySQL Database
    # See https://hub.docker.com/r/percona/percona-server for details
    image: percona:8.0
    restart: always
    volumes: 
      - "dbdata:/var/lib/mysql"
    environment:
      MYSQL_DATABASE: dbname
      MYSQL_USER:     dbuser
      MYSQL_PASSWORD: dbpass
      # get the random generated password by running: docker-compose logs db | grep "GENERATED ROOT PASSWORD"
      MYSQL_RANDOM_ROOT_PASSWORD: random
    healthcheck: { test: ["CMD", "mysqladmin" ,"ping", "-h", "localhost"], timeout: 20s, retries: 10 }
    networks: [ internal ]

networks:
  internal: {}
  proxy: { external: true }

volumes:
  dbdata:
  serverdata:
.env
########################################################################################################################
# docker-compose supports environment variable interpolation/substitution in compose configuration file
# (more info: https://docs.docker.com/compose/environment-variables)

########################################################################################################################
# General settings
DOMAIN=your-demo.example.tld
VERSION=2021.9.7

########################################################################################################################
# Database connection

DB_DSN=dbuser:dbpass@tcp(db:3306)/dbname?collation=utf8mb4_general_ci

########################################################################################################################
# Server settings

# Serve Corteza webapps alongside API
HTTP_WEBAPP_ENABLED=true

# Send action log to container logs as well
# ACTIONLOG_DEBUG=true

# Uncomment for extra debug info if something goes wrong
# LOG_LEVEL=debug

# Use nicer and colorful log instead of JSON
# LOG_DEBUG=true

########################################################################################################################
# Authentication

# Secret to use for JWT token
# Make sure you change it (>30 random characters) if
# you expose your deployment to outside traffic
# AUTH_JWT_SECRET=this-is-only-for-demo-purpose--make-sure-you-change-it-for-production

########################################################################################################################
# SMTP (mail sending) settings

# Point this to your local or external SMTP server if you want to send emails.
# In most cases, Corteza can detect that SMTP is disabled and skips over sending emails without an error
#SMTP_HOST=smtp-server.example.tld:587
#SMTP_USER=postmaster@smtp-server.example.tld
#SMTP_PASS=this-is-your-smtp-password
#SMTP_FROM='"Demo" <info@your-demo.example.tld>'