I’ve created a droplet with docker pre-installed I’ve pulled the official Postgres image and used the following command to run it
docker run --name postgres -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=****** -e POSTGRES_USER=**** -d postgres
This image auto exposes the default Postgres port 5432 I can see the container running using: docker ps but cannot connect to it I’m using jetbrains datagrip sql client to connect. I’ve filled the ip host, user/password I’ve set on the Postgres container. My droplet inclues my ssh keys and I could verify that I’m able to connect to my droplet but not to my container. I assume I should use such a tcp client to connect to my droplet ip on 5432 port and I’m suppose to be able to connect to it, right? Did I miss anything? I’ve also tried setting up a network driver using:
docker network create --driver bridge postgres-network
and after stoping and removing the container to recreate it like so:
docker run --name db-postgres --network postgres-network -e POSTGRES_USER=**** POSTGRES_PASSWORD=****** -d postgres
It didn’t work either… Can you please assist me? Thank you Ajar
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