I am trying to create an image using a dockerfile. As I saw from public repositories, People have a directory named docker. So I want to copy all my code (basicaly whole repo) into docker image. But I couldn’t find the proper way. (You can see the basic file structure below.) Directory Structure So there ..
The issue has appeared recently and the previously healthy container now enters a sleep loop when a shutit session is being created. The issue occurs only on Cloud Run and not locally. Minimum reproducible code: requirements.txt Flask==2.0.1 gunicorn==20.1.0 shutit Dockerfile FROM python:3.9 # Allow statements and log messages to immediately appear in the Cloud Run ..
I’m currently trying to mount a Docker container directory to my local host directory. My local folder has the path C:/Users/lp/local_env-Returns/ and has the following files: cmi_forecast_script.py , Dockerfile, requirements.txt , .dockerignore and sales_data.xlsx. I’m running the Python script when I run the Docker container of the Dockerfile. This creates a csv_file in my Docker ..
I am trying to build a docker from a base image, the Dockerfile is like this: FROM my/base/image:latest RUN conda install package-name RUN rm -rf /tmp/* CMD ["/bin/bash"] and I got "conda: command not found". But if I directly run the base image as a container, the conda command works fine. Also, if I add ..
I have Dockerfile with gunicorn CMD: CMD gunicorn –reload app:server –workers=12 –bind=:8000 –chdir /wsgi –reload –threads=3 While running docker based on that image, I get error: unrecognized arguments: –reload — threads. Gunicorn version used in image: 18.0 What is wrong with CMD command? I can see that –reload / –threads are valid based on the ..
I deployed a "django" app on "heroku" and I have a function (inside views) in my app that take some time (3m-5m) before it make a return. the problem is: – when I deployed my app on "heroku" the function didn’t make a return, I tested my app on my pc and it work fine. ..
I was following the following tutorial flownet2-pytorch to get optical flow data from video. However, when trying to launch the docker file I got the following error docker-error. Source: Python..
I have a problem with a Python script. In the script I’m creating a csv_file which I want to open in my local explorer. But the problem here is that I execute the script in a Docker Container and the csv_file doesn’t get created in my explorer. So I tried several thing: with os.getcwd() I ..
I need to install python on running container, based empty alpine image. That is my run command: docker run -it alpine:3.14 sh And then I get a shell, like this: / # Then, i want to install python / # apt-get update -y / # apt-get install -y python But I get this error: sh: ..
I am trying to the python [cmd library] in combination with docker. This is my minimal command class setup. class Commands(cmd.Cmd): intro = ‘Welcome to the shell.nType help or ? to list commands.n’ prompt = ‘Shell: ‘ @staticmethod def do_stop(arg): """ Stops the servers gracefully :param arg: :return: """ logger.info("Stopping server…") # Do stuff If ..