Forcing go docker container to wait for MySQL container. In this example we have a Go and MySQL service. Go depends on MySQL. MySQL is slow in accepting connections. We will use our script in Go to force it to wait for MySQL to accept connections first. Once MySQL says it is ready then we will bring up the Go service.
Assume that you have two docker services/containers. One must be ready to accept connections from the other one. As you have just noticed, I didn't say "one must be running" because there is different between being "ready to accept connections" and "running". The
depends_on key of docker compose doesn't always solve the problem because it just checks if the container is running. This is often the case if a service depends on MySQL, RabbitMQ, Elasticsearch like services. They take time to accept connections. To solve such issue, we can use an additional script. This script would periodically ping these services until they are ready to accept connections before actually running the main service.
In this example we have a Go and MySQL service. Go depends on MySQL. MySQL is slow in accepting connections. We will use our script in Go to force it to wait for MySQL to accept connections first. Once MySQL says it is ready then we will bring up the Go service.
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Welcome to this on Docker Tutorial for Beginners. In this video provides an Introduction on C++ development with Docker containers. So we will see How to ship C++ Programs in Docker.
We can create a container and run it using Dockerfile. We can even run multiple container in separate ports using two Dockefiles in multiple terminals.
We can get a list of all containers in docker using `docker container list` or `docker ps` commands.
In this vide I have explained what is container? what is docker? and what is docker container? Docker solves a classic problem of development vs test, It wor...