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Sonatype's Nexus 3 Pro supports High Availability through a couple of mechanisms that are collectively known as Component Fabric: Peer-to-peer Repository Managers means there is no one master, also known as a single point of failure. Packages are replicated between the nodes to ensure they are eventually consistent. Storage Backends mean you can use high ...


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This has already been covered a bit in the comments, but I figured I'd lay out a more extensive answer. Is there a way to automate that / shorten the amount of lines code (the actual script-file is much bigger in principle), maybe even from some built-in behavior in Apache itself and without involving further software? You can use a2ensite as a ...


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You shouldn't. Instead you should use proper secrets management system that would provide you unlocked SSL certificate. By secret management I mean tooling like k8s secret management or Vault. You can read Medium post about secrets.


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I think your research is leading you in the right direction, but I cannot see the value of Docker in here. I found managing LAMP environments with Ansible completely unproblematic and the scripts I have used for 16.04 only needed a single line changes for upgrade to 18.04. I have also used them on a local development environment and there is no need to have ...


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All my searches for a term brought me to conclude that the general term either for one Apache virtual host file or a constellation of Nginx block files (each containing at least one block) is just that --- a virtual host. Per project; either the virtual host (entity) is a single file or a combination of files, and that's true if the webserver software is ...


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If you really want to create the role yourself, you have to use --agree-tos --noninteractive to disable user interaction. See https://certbot.eff.org/docs/using.html for more details


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SELinux prevent the docker filesystem to work in the intended way, to fix this issue just add the :Z flag at the end of the volume declaration. It goes something like this: docker run -d -p 8080:80 -v {my_php_app_path}:/var/www/html:Z nimmis/apache-php7


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