Each service defined in
fig.yml must specify exactly one of
build. Other keys are optional, and are analogous to their
docker run command-line counterparts.
docker run, options specified in the Dockerfile (e.g.
ENV) are respected by default - you don't need to specify them again in
Tag or partial image ID. Can be local or remote - Fig will attempt to pull if it doesn't exist locally.
image: ubuntu image: orchardup/postgresql image: a4bc65fd
Path to a directory containing a Dockerfile. Fig will build and tag it with a generated name, and use that image thereafter.
Override the default command.
command: bundle exec thin -p 3000
Link to containers in another service. Either specify both the service name and the link alias (
SERVICE:ALIAS), or just the service name (which will also be used for the alias).
links: - db - db:database - redis
An entry with the alias' name will be created in
/etc/hosts inside containers for this service, e.g:
172.17.2.186 db 172.17.2.186 database 172.17.2.187 redis
Environment variables will also be created - see the environment variable reference for details.
Expose ports. Either specify both ports (
HOST:CONTAINER), or just the container port (a random host port will be chosen).
Note: When mapping ports in the
HOST:CONTAINER format, you may experience erroneous results when using a container port lower than 60, because YAML will parse numbers in the format
xx:yy as sexagesimal (base 60). For this reason, we recommend always explicitly specifying your port mappings as strings.
ports: - "3000" - "8000:8000" - "49100:22" - "127.0.0.1:8001:8001"
Expose ports without publishing them to the host machine - they'll only be accessible to linked services. Only the internal port can be specified.
expose: - "3000" - "8000"
Mount paths as volumes, optionally specifying a path on the host machine
HOST:CONTAINER), or an access mode (
volumes: - /var/lib/mysql - cache/:/tmp/cache - ~/configs:/etc/configs/:ro
Mount all of the volumes from another service or container.
volumes_from: - service_name - container_name
Add environment variables. You can use either an array or a dictionary.
Environment variables with only a key are resolved to their values on the machine Fig is running on, which can be helpful for secret or host-specific values.
environment: RACK_ENV: development SESSION_SECRET: environment: - RACK_ENV=development - SESSION_SECRET
Networking mode. Use the same values as the docker client
net: "bridge" net: "none" net: "container:[name or id]" net: "host"
Custom DNS servers. Can be a single value or a list.
dns: 184.108.40.206 dns: - 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
working_dir, entrypoint, user, hostname, domainname, mem_limit, privileged
Each of these is a single value, analogous to its docker run counterpart.
working_dir: /code entrypoint: /code/entrypoint.sh user: postgresql hostname: foo domainname: foo.com mem_limit: 1000000000 privileged: true