Setup Docker EasyHAProxy
This method will use a docker swarm installation to discover the containers and configure the HAProxy. The advantage of this method is that you can discover containers in other nodes from the cluster.
The only requirement is that containers and EasyHAProxy must be in the same docker swarm network.
docker create network easyhaproxy
And then deploy the EasyHAProxy stack:
version: "3" services: haproxy: image: byjg/easy-haproxy volumes: - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock deploy: replicas: 1 environment: EASYHAPROXY_DISCOVER: swarm EASYHAPROXY_SSL_MODE: "loose" HAPROXY_CUSTOMERRORS: "true" HAPROXY_USERNAME: admin HAPROXY_PASSWORD: password HAPROXY_STATS_PORT: 1936 ports: - "80:80/tcp" - "443:443/tcp" - "1936:1936/tcp" networks: - easyhaproxy networks: easyhaproxy: external: true
docker stack deploy --compose-file docker-compose.yml easyhaproxy
/var/run/docker.sock is necessary to discover the docker containers and get the labels;
Do not add more than one replica for EasyHAProxy. To understand that see limitations page.
To make your containers "discoverable" by EasyHAProxy, that is the minimum configuration you need:
version: "3" services: container: image: my/image:tag deploy: replicas: 1 labels: easyhaproxy.http.host: host1.local easyhaproxy.http.port: 80 easyhaproxy.http.localport: 8080 networks: - easyhaproxy networks: easyhaproxy: external: true
Once the container is running, EasyHAProxy will detect automatically and start to redirect all traffic from
example.org:80 to your container.
You don't need to expose any port in your container.
Please follow the docker label configuration to see other configurations available.
Setup the EasyHAProxy container
You can configure the behavior of the EasyHAProxy by setup specific environment variables. To get a list of the variables, please follow the docker container environment
You can refer to the Docker Documentation to get other detailed instructions.