I’m not too experienced with docker, so I am running into a wall here trying to figure out what I have done wrong.
I am auto building from git using 3 separate docker files (amd64, arm64 and armhf) and I found on stack overflow a way this could be setup to auto build with docker hub using build hooks.
At present, most the docker files are in the git root dir, so things are a bit messy. I want to move them to a docker sub dir, but I think I am coming unstuck with relative root or context.
I either get an error saying that my post_checkout has failed, or I get an error about copying files from outside the context. I cannot seem to get it working.
Project | +-- readme +-- Dockerfile1 +-- Dockerfile2.armhf +-- Dockerfile3.aarch64 +-- hooks | | | +-- build | +-- pre_build | +-- post_checkout | +-- project file 1 +-- project file 2 +-- project file 3
But I want to change it to:
Project | +-- readme | +-- Docker | | | +-- Dockerfile1 | +-- Dockerfile2.armhf | +-- Dockerfile3.aarch64 | +-- hooks | | | +-- build | +-- pre_build | +-- post_checkout | +-- project file 1 +-- project file 2 +-- project file 3
Here are my hooks: https://pastebin.com/7wM3mgxS
An example of one of the docker files:
FROM alpine:3.10.3 ENV LANG="en_US.utf8" APP_NAME="app" IMG_NAME="app" PATH="/opt/app:$PATH" RUN apk add --no-cache bash curl git nano vim ca-certificates python3 su-exec COPY . /opt/$APP_NAME RUN rm -rf /tmp/* /var/tmp/* /opt/$APP_NAME/entrypoint.sh /opt/$APP_NAME/Docker WORKDIR /opt/app COPY /Docker/entrypoint.sh / RUN chmod +x /entrypoint.sh && mkdir /config VOLUME /config EXPOSE 9090 ENTRYPOINT ["/entrypoint.sh"] CMD ["app.py"]
What am I doing wrong here? How do I move those files into the ‘Docker’ sub folder?
If I put them in the docker folder and change the build context, I cannot get outside the docker folder. If I put them inside the folder, but specificy “Docker/Dockerfile” as the dockerfile path, it also causes issues.
Any help greatly appreciated