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This repo is an experiment playing with docker-compose to configure a reproduceable web service cluster.

It spins up containers for:

  • My web blog, a Go program at
  • A Redis cache for the blog.
  • Gitea, a Git web service.
  • PostgreSQL database for Gitea to store its data.
  • An nginx web proxy in front of all of these, exposing domains blog.kirsle.lh and git.kirsle.lh (localhost-only domains, for testing, with a self-signed SSL certificate in the ssl/ folder).

Install docker and docker-compose and systemctl enable docker.service and all that good stuff, and then:

$ docker-compose up

Put blog.kirsle.lh and git.kirsle.lh in your /etc/hosts and visit them.