I just got a seafile docker container up and running through the provided docker-compose file on the installation guide, but when I try to go to the site via localhost, it keeps returning a
502 Bad Gateway error, with nothing in site inside the logs to what it could be.
docker-compose.yml file if it assists at all –
version: '2.0' services: db: image: mariadb:10.1 container_name: seafile-mysql environment: - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD= _*omitted*_ # Requested, set the root's password of MySQL service. - MYSQL_LOG_CONSOLE=true volumes: - /opt/seafile/seafile-mysql/db:/var/lib/mysql # Requested, specifies the path to MySQL data persistent store. networks: - seafile-net memcached: image: memcached:1.5.6 container_name: seafile-memcached entrypoint: memcached -m 256 networks: - seafile-net seafile: image: seafileltd/seafile-mc:latest container_name: seafile ports: - "80:80" # - "443:443" # If https is enabled, cancel the comment. expose: - "80" volumes: - /opt/seafile/seafile-data:/shared # Requested, specifies the path to Seafile data persistent store. environment: - DB_HOST=localhost - DB_ROOT_PASSWD= _*omitted*_ # Requested, the value shuold be root's password of MySQL service. # - TIME_ZONE= _*omitted*_ # Optional, default is UTC. Should be uncomment and set to your local time zone. - SEAFILE_ADMIN_EMAIL= _*omitted*_ # Specifies Seafile admin user, default is 'email@example.com'. - SEAFILE_ADMIN_PASSWORD= _*omitted*_ # Specifies Seafile admin password, default is 'asecret'. - SEAFILE_SERVER_LETSENCRYPT=false # Whether to use https or not. - SEAFILE_SERVER_HOSTNAME= _*omitted*_ # Specifies your host name if https is enabled. depends_on: - db - memcached networks: - seafile-net
The whole thing is behind an NGINX reverse proxy that proxies back to the docker container, but even a direct connect to the docker container without the reverse proxy yields the same 502 error.
Anything I’m missing?