I'm trying to avoid postgresql as container. Instead I'm creating docker container of mayan-edms such way that it can access postgresql without making any tweaks to it, like adding exceptions in 'listen_address', etc.
Everything is well and good with creation of container using '--network=host' except the part where I can't change port number of mayan-edms and I can't keep port private only. for example, requesting on localhost:8000 should give proper response, but if i request on 10.1.1.1:8000 it should return connection refused or 404. Reason behind this is: no one wants to keep any port publicly open except 80 or 443.
Is it possible to deploy mayan-edms without tweaking postgresql, and without exposing any port publicly?
Reverse proxies, SSL termination, web servers, helm charts, integrations, batch files, anything having to do with installing Mayan.
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