For years I’ve been running my Nextcloud on bare metal. Now I finally decided to switch it to docker. I looked into Nextcloud All-In-One and it seems easy to deploy but it lacks configuration options like multiple domain names and putting it behind a traefik reverse proxy is kind of a pain to set up.

You can check out my solution on GitHub. I decided on a docker compose setup with nginx, php-fpm and redis(redis is now replaced by KeyDB) in separate containers. Obviously it’s for experts but it’s a lot more configurable. than AIO. It’s also just as easy to migrate to as with any bare metal setup and just as configurable.Yes it’s still a pain to set up, but better than the bare metal version lol

What do you guys think about putting the different components (webserver, php, redis, etc.) in separate containers like this, as compared to all in one? Feedback is greatly appreciated!

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    Acronyms, initialisms, abbreviations, contractions, and other phrases which expand to something larger, that I’ve seen in this thread:

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    HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol, the Web
    IP Internet Protocol
    nginx Popular HTTP server

    2 acronyms in this thread; the most compressed thread commented on today has 8 acronyms.

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