You received this issue because your YAMLs have some syntax issues, mostly too much spaces (also if you will use TAB instead of spaces it will also generate YAML syntax issue). For example, instead of
Sub-parameter should be on level of the third letter. You can ...
See the official guidance for environment variables on compose.
You want your docker-compose.yml committed to source control, so the passwords should not be in there. According to the official mysql docs on dockerhub the main variable you need to provide is MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD.
In fact their example provides this to the docker run command with the -e flag:...
You should create .service file for your application in /etc/systemd/system or in /usr/lib/systemd/system and enable it. Something like this:
Note: Use it only for testing purposes, not for production. Because of using packages not from official sources could cause issues in the future.
Download libssh2-devel package version you need from rpmfind.net, copying link address of file needed and pasting it after wget:
This is caused by limited cpu resources and your liveness probe configuration combination.
The pod fails to deploy because there is not enough cpus and it is stuck in pending state:
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HPE ProLiant servers have a built-in feature called Intelligent Provisioning that installs all the required drivers for you. If you have registered the server with your HPE support account, you can download all the latest drivers and firmware as a Service Pack for ProLiant.
The Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) is a comprehensive systems
software and ...
The answer for me was different... The version started to get created but never finished the creation process. This is scenario is visible if you go into the logs for your AppEngine service (check all options to see ALL logs) and you may notice "Container called exit(1)."
In my case I found that running "gcloud init" to reset my credentials helped. Hope ...
There is no way for rsync to distinguish between files that existed before you ever ran rsync and files that were created after, unless you can ensure a modified date. Your best bet would be to use either a different directory for the repo or use filters, include/exclude and include-file/exclude-file. All of these options can be found in the rsync manpage ...