Since the “link” directive has been deprecated, I was wondering how to connect to a mariadb instance on a non-default network when both the database and the monitor are running is separate networks. Here is what I got:
First I made sure I could get the link method to work as described on the docker Mariadb site.
Create the network
docker network create --driver bridge maria-bridge
create the database on that network
docker run --network=maria-bridge --name some-mariadb -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=my-secret-pw -d mariadb:latest
create the monitor also on that network. Note that none of the env vars set by link have been set. Fior now, just hard code them
docker run -it --network maria-bridge -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD="my-secret-pw" --rm mariadb sh -c 'exec mysql -hsome-mariadb -P3306 -uroot -p"$MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD"'
Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Adam Young: Connecting to MariaDB with a network configuration Docker.
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