I am fairly new to DevOps. I have managed to build myself a CI/DI pipeline for my open source project.
As soon as I check-in some code into GitHub, Travis CI takes over, it builds a fresh docker image of my code, pushes it to DockerHub, then the
after_success step within my
.travis.yml connects to my VPS via SSH, and runs a script on there which basically does a
docker-compose down followed by a
docker-compose pull && docker compose up.
All seems to be working correctly. But I have an issue with my
docker-compose.yml. Right now as you can see, it has all my environmental variables. Those are considered secret information. How do I hide them from the
docker-compose.yml file whilst having everything still working as before?
I went and created myself a
variables.env file in the same directory as the
docker-compose.yml. Inside the
.env file, I put my old variables, for example:
Database__DefaultConnectionString: "Server=database;Port=5432;Database=bejebeje_identity;User Id=postgres;Password=admin;"
But in Travis CI I get the following error:
environment variable name 'Database__DefaultConnectionString: "Server' may not contains whitespace.