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FROM nginx:alpine

RUN apk --update add curl

--interval=2s \
--timeout=2s \
--retries=2 \
CMD curl -s http://localhost/status | grep -q '^alive$'

COPY entrypoint.sh /entrypoint.sh
ENTRYPOINT ["sh", "/entrypoint.sh"]

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## Docker Swarm health check example

This example shows how health check works in Docker Swarm.

### What does this container do?

Container runs a nginx server and it also runs a script which writes a ``dead``
status to ``/usr/share/nginx/html/status`` file on every odd run which is then
picked by the health check that expects ``alive`` status from the nginx running
in the container.

So every odd run the container gets ``unhealthy`` status.
Then you can observe that running this container in Docker Engine alone will
not restart it. Hence we will run it as a service in the Docker Swarm which
will ensure the container gets restarted until it gets ``healthy`` status.

### Building image

docker build -t healthcheck-test .

### Setting up env

Make sure you have recent Docker Engine installed.

docker swarm init

### Running the service

docker service create \
--name test1 \
--mount type=bind,src=/tmp,dst=/usr/share/nginx/html \
--detach healtcheck-test

### Watching the healtcheck

docker ps |grep test1
docker service ls

### Cleaning up

docker service rm test1
docker swarm leave --force
rm -rf -- /tmp/html

### Extra

If you want to restart the container manually, you need to downscale it to 0
first and then upscale it back again.

docker service scale test1=0
docker service scale test1=1

### References

- https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/
- https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder/

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# Mount /usr/share/nginx/html must be persistent for this test to work properly
# in the Docker Swarm since it does not just restart the container but rather
# removes it and then starts it.

# I am unhealthy until I get restarted and then I will become healthy again.
# That way I will be healthy every even run and unhealthy every odd run.
grep dead $SFILE && ( echo alive | tee $SFILE ) || ( echo dead | tee $SFILE )

exec nginx -g "daemon off;"