Why use requirements.txt in a Docker image

There is a similar question from last year but I don’t think the responses are widely applicable and it’s not accepted. Edit: this is in the context of developing small jobs that will only be run in …

How to solve Tesseract “Failed loading language ‘eng’” problem in a Docker image

I recently received an error such as: File “/usr/local/lib/python3.8/site-packages/pytesseract/pytesseract.py”, line 287, in run_and_get_output run_tesseract(**kwargs) File “/usr/…

Error building my web application using Docker

I am a newbie using Docker, I have completed my web application in Django, and I want to containerize it using Docker. I have gone through a particular tutorial where an existing web application was …

docker hub do you create a repository for every image

I am new to docker and docker hub. I am trying to understand the repository on docker hub. I have dockerized a django web app using nginx and gunicorn. My question is: Since this has multiple images …

Reverse for ‘wagtailadmin_explore’ with arguments ‘(”,)’ not found

I have been trying to rebuild my Wagtail website as a docker container to be run on Fargate. For reasons, I started from scratch and rebuilt all my dependencies. After pip installing everything, the …

Failing to install psycopg2-binary on new docker container

I have encountered a problem while trying to run my django project on a new Docker container. It is my first time using Docker and I can’t seem to find a good way to run a django project on it. Having …

How to debug django staticfiles served with whitenoise, gunicorn, and heroku?

I’ve got a project that runs on Heroku from a Dockerfile and heroku.yml. The site generally works, but I am having trouble with static files. collectstatic is run when building the pack. If I set …

apk python packages not installing in Alpine Docker Image

I have a dockerfile as below: FROM python:3.7.5-alpine3.10 RUN apk update RUN mkdir -p /usr/src/app WORKDIR /usr/src/app RUN apk add –no-cache cython3 CMD [ “sh”, “ls”] When I got into the …

Testing-containers and clickhouse-driver error:Unexpected EOF while reading bytes

I have these libraries installed: This code: I am trying to get a generic container with clickhouse DB running. But it gives me: EOFError: Unexpected EOF while reading bytes. I am using Python 3.5.2. How to fix this? Answer It takes some time to run a container. Add a time delay before executing operations.

Is there a way to get the error raised from a Python program outside Docker container and handle it?

I have a container that runs a Python program and it can run in two ways, using docker exec in the localhost terminal or by making an API Rest request (that is outside the container) which executes the same command as it would be done by using the first method. What I am trying to do is whenever my Python program inside the container raises an error the API notice it. The error handling that is being done in the Python program is using logging.exception to print an error message and the traceback in terminal and in the API I