Configuring Docker Swarm and Exposing Ports: TypeSense Documentation
TLDR gaurav sought assistance on running the '/health URL' and exposing it to port 80 in docker-stack.yml based on TypeSense documentation. Jason explained that different network adapters should be used for each VM.
Oct 18, 2022 (14 months ago)
I was trying running docker swarm based on documentation and it worked for me where i was able to set up in multiple AWS VM’s using it.
However this might be a simple question but i am not sure how to run
/health URLas it didnt provided in documentation.
Also i want to expose it to port 80, how to do it in
Again shoutout to TypeSense team and community. 🚀
--api-portin the docker stack config file
You want to use curl or postman for this
Oct 19, 2022 (14 months ago)
So in multi VM setup. I think for each VM we have to provide different ports, as the docker-stack throws error.
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