Ok, so you have mysql, php, apache but you'd like to use your favorite drupal command-line tool - drush?
Just run your app:
docker-compose up -d
then run drush service:
docker-compose --rm run drush
Now you have access to drush interactive shell. Type
st to see status of your
Drupal site. Press
Alt + D to quit.
You can run as many Drush containers as you want. If you quit it will be
automatically destroyed. If you'd like to preserve your Drush container after it quits just
--rm flag from command.
If you'd rather prefer to use Bash (with additional access to Drush command):
$ docker-compose --rm run drush bash # drush st
You can quit at any time (just type
Be aware that /var/www/html volume you share across all app containers (php, nginx, drush) so all changes that have been made to that directory will affect other containers as well.
version: '3.5' services: db: image: drupaldocker/mariadb:10.3 environment: MYSQL_ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD: 'True' volumes: - db_volume:/var/lib/mysql php: image: drupaldocker/php:7.0-fpm-2.x links: - db volumes: - file_volume:/var/www/html nginx: image: drupaldocker/nginx:1.13-2.x links: - php ports: - 80 volumes: - file_volume:/var/www/html drush: image: drupaldocker/drush:8 links: - db volumes: - file_volume:/var/www/html volumes: db_volume: file_volume: