Sync with Docker Compose

hostctl allows you synchronize your hosts file with docker-compose project a simple command.

All sync actions will replace previous content of the given profile.

Example

Command:

hostctl sync docker-compose

Output:

+------------------+--------+--------------+--------------+
|     PROFILE      | STATUS |      IP      |    DOMAIN    |
+------------------+--------+--------------+--------------+
| examplevotingapp | on     | 192.168.16.6 | worker_1.loc |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 192.168.16.2 | db.loc       |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 192.168.16.3 | redis.loc    |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 192.168.16.4 | result_1.loc |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 172.31.0.2   | result_1.loc |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 192.168.16.5 | vote_1.loc   |
| examplevotingapp | on     | 172.31.0.3   | vote_1.loc   |
+------------------+--------+--------------+--------------+

NOTE: This example output when hostctl is used with example-voting-app.

Available Options

  • --domain,-d some.domain domain name used for all containers.

  • --network networkID|networkName filter only containers of an specific docker network.

  • --compose-file /path/to/docker-compose.yml set the path of docker-compose.yml file to use. Defaults to $PWD/docker-compose.yml

  • --prefix keep the prefix used by Docker Compose based on the folder name. Defaults to false.


Last updated by guumaster on July 20, 2020 at 20:50 +0200