Environment Variables

You dont need to replace the nginx configuration. The byjg/php image, you can adjust the NGINX configuration and enable/disable modules. If fits for most of the users.

Any ENVIRONMENT variable can be accessible by your running PHP Instance.

PHP_CONTROLLER=path

If set, will enable the PHP controller for the fpm-nginx and fpm-apache and all requests will be directed to the PHP file specified.

docker run -e PHP_CONTROLLER=/app.php byjg/php:7.2-cli

NGINX_ROOT=path

Changes the server root. Defaults to /var/www/html.

NGINX_SSL_CERT and NGINX_SSL_CERT_KEY

If set, will enable to serve HTTPS pages.

docker run -v /etc/ssl:/etc/ssl \
  -e NGINX_SSL_CERT=/etc/ssl/my.cert \
  -e NGINX_SSL_CERT_KEY=/etc/ssl/my.key \
  byjg/php:7.2-fpm-ngnix

DISABLEMODULE_[name]=true

All modules are installed by default. You can disable a module when you start the instance:

docker run -e DISABLEMODULE_DOM=true -e DISABLEMODULE_XSL=true byjg/php:7.2-cli

VERBOSE=true

When you pass VERBOSE=true you can get a more verbose output about the entrypoint changes

docker run -e VERBOSE=true byjg/php:7.2-cli

DOCKER_IMAGE (read onlu)

The name of the image is running.

PHP_VERSION (read onlu)

The PHP Version is running (e.g. 7.3)

PHP_VARIANT (read onlu)

The PHP variant is running (e.g. 7)

BUILD_DATE (read onlu)

The date the image was built