Updating etc hosts

Note that you don’t have to bring your whole stack down when you make changes ; when you run , Compose will automatically detect what changed in your configuration and only recreate the containers that need it.

If your main concern is downtime, this would reduce it significantly, provided your architecture is reasonably failure resilient.

If the IP address of any of the external hosts changes, I would like to get the /etc/hosts files of all containers updated.

Currently I have to update the extra_hosts section and then restart the containers using docker-compose down and up.

Your Linode then gives those associations higher priority than hostnames or domains which must be resolved by DNS.

There are various ways to use the hosts file and the types of associations you set would depend on your specific use case.

So far the only difference I can see is that the webroot is named public_html now instead of htdocs, which needs to be changed in several places, and updating the file. Guys, I found out that using VVV2 without VV is even easier! I uploaded my boilerplate project to Git Hub, so you can try it yourself.

Here is the link: https://github.com/yuriy-vasilyev/vvv-boilerplate-project Guys, I found out that using VVV2 without VV is even easier! I uploaded my boilerplate project to Git Hub, so you can try it yourself.

Here is the link: https://github.com/yuriy-vasilyev/vvv-boilerplate-project For it to work properly without problems in the future it would need to be totally rebuilt, it never really worked correctly with VVV 1 to begin with due to how it installs nginx configs Instead use the custom site template with VVV 2, Its much easier wrote: Guys, I found out that using VVV2 without VV is even easier! I uploaded my boilerplate project to Git Hub, so you can try it yourself.

ubuntu 16.04 vv version 1.13 vagrant 2.0.0 Virtual Box 5.1.30 Same issue. VV updates the hosts file for the first time around.

But when I add additional sites, hosts file is not updated.

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