My GitLab runner is set up to use DinD, with privileged = true.
My CI job is set up to build and run a docker container, and then hit a port on that container with
However, no matter how I try,
curl gives me
Here are relevant excerpts of my
image: "docker:git" services: - docker:dind before_script: - apk add curl build_test: script: - docker build -t my.docker.repos/myapp:latest . - docker run -d --name myapp -p 8000:8000 my.docker.repos/myapp:latest - sleep 15 - curl http://localhost:8000 - docker rm -f myapp
I have tried replacing
localhost (in the
curl command) with
0.0.0.0. I have tried changing the
services bit at the top to:
services: - name: docker:dind alias: localhost
(Both of these suggestions are from here, btw.)
Neither of those worked.
Do I need to add something special to my
docker run command? Like a
--link flag or a
Does anyone know the answer to this?
This is the last barrier to having gitlab CI working as a CI platform for my organization, and being able to migrate from another CI platform.
(Yes, I am positive that the container exposes port 8000; this curl command works fine outside Gitlab CI).