I have Nginx routing requests from the browser to either the Express API or my react server, however, in the console I continue to get xhr requests that are just pending and then timeout with 502 bad gateway error which are generally caused by Nginx being unable to pass a request to "upstream", in this case my Express API and normally I would be able to check the
/var/log/nginx/ files, but I am not sure how to do that when all this is happening within a Docker container.
I have tried this approach of
docker logs command, but I get
Error: No such container: .
I obtained the container id from the last line after running
docker-compose up --build and it says
I copied that id and ran
docker logs on a second panel in my iTerm.
I then did a
docker ps and got this output:
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
f37be54a9e60 complexly_api "npm run dev" 43 minutes ago Up 28 minutes complexly_api_1
9b87bc0aa343 complexly_nginx "nginx -g 'daemon of…" About an hour ago Up 28 minutes 0.0.0.0:3050->80/tcp complexly_nginx_1
1e30a05f8e28 complexly_worker "npm run dev" About an hour ago Up 28 minutes complexly_worker_1
65611b5a6b05 complexly_client "npm run start" About an hour ago Up 28 minutes complexly_client_1
9182b26fb402 redis:latest "docker-entrypoint.s…" About an hour ago Up 28 minutes 6379/tcp complexly_redis_1
8ca3596d8a50 postgres:latest "docker-entrypoint.s…" 8 days ago Up 28 minutes 5432/tcp complexly_postgres_1
I believe I need to grab one of these container ids and do a
docker logs with, but I am not sure.