Python stack containers¶
If Mailhog service enabled and chosen as Mail delivery service at
[Instance] > Stack > Settings all outbound email will be caught by the Mailhog. You can view and release these emails from Mailhog UI, the URL can be found from Domains tab. When release specify
SMTP server field if you want to release emails to the default Mail transfer agent (OpenSMTPD).
You can check the status of memcached and its hits by running the following command.
watch "echo stats | nc 127.0.0.1 11211"
Light-weight node.js container to help you build your application's frontend. The containers comes without any global pre-installed packages, you can add them by running
yarn global add PACKAGE or by running
yarn in a directory with your
Nginx can be configured with the following environment variables
Restarting nginx as default user:
sudo nginx -s reload
Do not gzip pages in your application
We already gzip content on Nginx side and it works faster. Having double gzip may cause issues.
Installed nginx modules.
ModSecurity + OWASP¶
Nginx comes with ModSecurity which is disabled by default. To enable it add
NGINX_MODSECURITY_ENABLED=1 environment variable to Nginx service. For more details see https://github.com/wodby/modsecurity.
If a config preset and available environment variables are not enough for your customizations you can use you own virtual host config:
/etc/nginx/conf.d/vhost.confto your codebase, adjust to your needs
- Deploy code with your config file
- Add new environment variable
NGINX_CONF_INCLUDEfor nginx service, the value should the path to your
/var/www/html/vhost.conf). The specified file will be included in
Rsyslog can be used to stream your applications logs. It's similar to using syslog, however there's no syslog in Python container (one process per container). Rsyslog will stream all incoming logs to a container output.
Python can be configured with the following environment variables. By default the container starts Gunicorn HTTP server.