As described in T31547, this merge request removes the following from the front-end image:
- Apache + mod_passenger
MariaDB and memcached are best provided by separately maintainer container images, while there really is no need to run Apache and terminate TLS inside of the front-end container. Instead of Apache + Passenger, use Puma, which seems to be the standard solution for cases like this.
After this MR is accepted, the
obs-api container can be replaced by the following configuration (in terms of Docker Compose):
obs-db: image: mariadb:10.6 restart: unless-stopped volumes: - /srv/docker/obs-api/mysql:/var/lib/mysql environment: MARIADB_ROOT_PASSWORD: someobs MARIADB_DATABASE: obsapi MARIADB_USER: obs-api MARIADB_PASSWORD: someobs networks: - obs cache: image: memcached:1.6-alpine restart: unless-stopped networks: - obs obs-frontend: depends_on: - obs-server image: obs/obs-frontend hostname: obs-api restart: unless-stopped environment: DB_HOST: obs-db DB_PORT: 3306 DB_ROOT_PASSWORD: someobs DB_NAME: obsapi DB_USER: obs-api DB_PASSWORD: someobs OBS_BACKEND_HOST: obs-server OBS_FRONTEND_WORKERS: 4 networks: - obs ports: - "127.0.0.1:3000:3000" depends_on: - obs-db - cache