Using this thread to a more general question: is there a way to inspect
a docker container image to get its exposed ports and declared env vars?
Suppose I don't have documentation and also don't have the Dockerfile.
s, Fernando Lozano
> The one you've mentioned are part of our documentation, because they
> were created by us. For all the others I assume you should search for
> the appropriate documentation, usually on Docker Hub next to the image
> you're trying to run (that's the case with official images). Eventually
> I'd suggest running them locally and see what kind of values they are
> expecting, assuming the author was kind to error-out those information.
> On 11/30/2015 01:53 PM, Den Cowboy wrote:
>> How do I know which parameters I have to describe for creating DB's?
>> oc new-app mysql will create a db-instance which keeps restarting
>> oc new-app mysql -e MYSQL_USER=user,
>> MYSQL_PASSWORD=pass,MYSQL_DATABASE=db creates a fine working DB
>> But how do I know which parameters I have to give for each type of db?
>> For mysql, postgres and mongodb they are described in the
>> documentation, but what for other types like mariadb.
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