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Automation: because 10h of coding can save 10m of your life!
Go to deployer, where the fun is at.
/deployercontains deployment Ansible code for Serenity. Being outdated by migration to new server (HammerHead).
/bootstrappercontains Ansible configuration code for new servers (notably HammerHead). Will only take interest in the bootstrapping phase of the host. Service deployment will be handled by Nomad et al.
- Host bootstrap Ansible code to
How to package Wordpress
Wordpress + PHP-FPM in Docker + nginx
nginx and PHP-FPM both need access to the files--at the same location. It's thus not easy to have a single nginx serving multiple PHP-FPM containers. You always need a webserver in the same container as PHP-FPM.
- WP multisite + Caddy: arguments against using the Wordpress Docker image, keeps the whole wp install outside the image, and instead focuses on properly configuring PHP-FPM. Has the advantage of being reusable for other PHP projects. Is well argumented. Tackles file access rights and mailing (ssmtp), it's a good source!
traefik does not support php-fpm, Caddy does. Not such a problem, we can keep Apache inside the container, who gives a shit.