Note, Edgegap is not recommending having SSH service accessible in your production deployments.
In this version, we will build the docker container using a different Docker
We will need to install the OpenSSH service and enable it Create a User and a password to connect to your server.
In a container running on Alpine, merge the following
In a container running on Ubuntu, add the following.
In your entrypoint, you will need to add the following command
We suggest testing the deployment locally, using the docker run command to test that the server is starting normally
Once tested, you can push your new version on the container repository
We suggest having a version called
-dev or something that would make sense in your service. By doing so, you will have the option to do some test and log into your container easily using the Edgegap infrastructure.
Create a new version of your app, adding the
Expose TCP Port 22
Create a deployment using the new version you just created \ Once you have the service running (Ready), look in your deployment information, you will see the external port mapping of port 22. \
You can use Putty and connect using the FQDN of the deployment or Ip & the port mapping used \ The User name and password that you configured