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Port Remapping Of The Webserver Is Not Supported (Documentation Only Mentions

Port remapping of the webserver is not supported (documentation only mentions 8080 , 8081 and 8008 need to be available)? On our server we have JupyterHub running on 8080 and changing that would break many things.
In /opt/trains/docker-compose.yml I changed:
` ports:

  • "8080:80" to ports:
  • "8082:80" `and it seems to work, but don't want to run into any issues later. Anyone able to give some insights?
Posted 4 years ago
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Hi DefeatedCrab47
You should be able to change the Web server port , but API port (8008) cannot be changed. If you can login to the web app and create a project it means everything is okay. Notice that when you configure trains ( trains-init ) the port numbers are correct 🙂

Posted 4 years ago

Ok, thanks for the info 🙂

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