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Term boost: "red velvet"^4, chocolate^2
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How to run scoold with docker compose
How to run scoold with docker compose
**Docker Compose** You can start the whole stack, Para + Scoold, with a single command using `docker-compose`. First, create a new directory and copy `docker-compose.yml` to it from this repository. Create these 4 files: 1. `para.env` - containing environment variables for Para, like `JAVA_OPTS` 2. `scoold.env` - containing environment variables for Scoold, like `JAVA_OPTS` 3. `para-application.conf` - containing the Para configuration 4. `scoold-application.conf` - containing the Scoold configuration An example `para.env` file: ```sh JAVA_OPTS=-Dconfig.file=/para/application.conf ``` An `scoold.env` file: ```sh JAVA_OPTS=-Dconfig.file=/scoold/application.conf BOOT_SLEEP=6 ``` Then you can start both Scoold and Para with Docker Compose like so: ``` $ docker-compose up ```
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How to run scoold with docker compose

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