finally found a way to run several services in a docker container in a sane way (well, if you ignore that running multiple services in a single container is not really docker style, but I have no choice..) - s6 is a daemontools/runit variant and handles all the docker signal stuff graceful - the hard parts are already solved and you can just use this: - s6 even has nifty service dependency management that can actually test for a service i.e. return value of SELECT 1.

Sign in to participate in the conversation is your friendly neighbourhood Mastodon instance!
Proudly presented by Maschinenraum Weimar .
This is a small instance with a focus on community. Feel free to join, but please be aware that there are some rules (in short: don't be a bunghole. Check the link for our definition of "being a bunghole".).
Primary languages are German and English.
Be excellent to each other! (J.W.v.Goethe, 1932) [[Citation needed]]