I’m following this Dockerized Flask App guide with success!
I am now adapting my own code, and started with two small changes of setting the base image to
FROM python:3.7.3-stretch and adding
opencv-python==220.127.116.11 as a requirement (I did this as a docker image on my own local machine successfully). On the Droplet, I see that the container is being successfully created but won’t continue to run even though it’s being invoked with a
-d argument. Here’s the output:
#docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE nlp.test latest 226105eb5bb1 20 minutes ago 1.23GB root@NLP-FlaskApp-docker-ubuntu-s-1vcpu-2gb-nyc1-01:/var/www/nlpApp# docker run -d -p 56734:80 --name=nlp.test -v $PWD:/app nlp.test bcb213b1c1ce5e40f29092f0afbcf6b5e1fa1b76e7922a548af806cd9e43dfec root@NLP-FlaskApp-docker-ubuntu-s-1vcpu-2gb-nyc1-01:/var/www/nlpApp# docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
So nothing shows up as running after the command. I also tried running the same command with different port numbers that I checked are open as well as using the start.sh file given in the guide above.
Please let me know of any debug ideas! Thanks
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