I have a small theoretical problem with combination of php-fpm, nginx and app code in Docker.
I'm trying to stick to the model when docker image does only one thing -> I have separate containers for php-fpm and nginx.
php: image: php:5-fpm-alpine expose: - 9000:9000 volumes: - ./:/var/www/app nginx: image: nginx:alpine ports: - 3000:80 links: - php volumes: - ./nginx/app.conf:/etc/nginx/conf.d/app.conf - ./:/var/www/app
NOTE: In app.conf is
Example schema from Symfony
This is great in development, but I don't know how to convert this to production ready state. Mount app directory in production is really bad practice (if I'm not wrong). In best case I copy app source code into container and use this prebuilded code (
COPY . /var/www/app in
Dockerfile), but in this case is impossible or I don't know how.
I need share app source code between two contatiner (nginx container and php-fpm container) because booth of that need it.
Of course I can make own nginx and php-fpm container and add
COPY . /var/www/app into both of them, but I thing that is wrong way because I duplicate code and the whole build process (install dependencies, build source code, etc...) must be in both (nginx/php-fpm) containers.
I try to search but I don't find any idea how to solve this problem. A lot of articles show how to do this with docker-compose file and mount code with --volume but I didn't find any example how to use this on production (without volume).
Only one acceptable solutions for me (in this time) is make one container with nginx and php-fpm together but I'm not sure when is a good way (I try to find best practice).
Do you have any experiences with this or any idea how to solve it?
Thanks for any response!