I hope this is an easy one. I'm using Docker to run Homeassistant and Node-Red containers on a Raspberry Pi 4.
Based on this guide they recommend making a DockerFile to install Node-Red nodes to support Homeassistant. The install is handled via the
npm command within the Node-Red container.
I created both
Dockerfile in a directory (file contents below).
To boot the container I use the command
docker-compose up in the directory where the
docker-compose.yaml file lives. I also made a systemd service that does the same thing without any issues.
My issue is that the
DockerFile doesn't get processed when I run
Is there a way to have
docker-compose pick up changes to
DockerFile every time the container is started/restarted?
[docker-compose.yaml] version: "3.6" services: node-red: build: . container_name: node-red environment: TZ: /etc/localtime image: nodered/node-red restart: unless-stopped ports: - "1880:1880" volumes: - "/[folders]/node-red/data:/data" [DockerFile] FROM nodered/node-red RUN npm install node-red-contrib-actionflows \ # https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-actionflows node-red-contrib-home-assistant-websocket \ # https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-home-assistant-websocket node-red-contrib-stoptimer \ # https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-stoptimer node-red-contrib-time-range-switch \ # A simple Node-RED node that routes messages depending on the time. If the current time falls within the range specified in the node configuration, the message is routed to output 1. Otherwise the message is routed to output 2. node-red-contrib-timecheck \ # Is it that time yet? This node compares a given time to the current time. node-red-node-timeswitch # node to provide a simple timeswitch node to schedule daily on/off events