Simple lightweight python files server. #krash
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This container runs a simple lightweight Python
HTTP file server for

Here’s the one-liner:

python3 -m http.simple -b <docker-ip> -p <port>

This binds to the docker network and listens for requests on a port.
Requests for are reverse-proxied by the nginx
frontend (see d-nginx-charlesreid1)
and passed along to the internal docker network.

This uses jfloff/alpine-python:recent
(see jflof/alpine-python).

documentation: d-python-files container (you are here)

source code on d-python-files

source code on charlesreid1-docker/d-python-files