Can you please tell me what I need to do to get n8n installed with one docker-compose.yml.
I try to get the n8n postgres up and running but then you guys have a .sh file that creates the none root user, would not be better to just have it as a “command” input into the docker-compose.yml?
Another thing is that I found out that it seems that the DB schema doesn’t get created by the webapp so it seems there another script somewhere that I need to find to install the postgres DB schema… it would be best to have all of the DB steps either inside the command in the docker-compose.yml or having the web-apps do the DB configuration and doing the non-root user configuration having this the way it’s I don’t think makes it easy for us to install it.
The installation documentation is not rich either it’s almost kind of hidden there so it would be nice to do a revamp in that landscape if someone who knows n8n can because I’m still trying to understand how n8n works to get these things fixed/going with one docker-compose.yml
Requirements for installation:
- Ports: 80 or 5678
- Have volumes for web and db.
- Run the following script for DB creation after postgres is up and running
I have a swarmpit up and running so I just basically feed the docker-compose.yml and swarmpit does the rest for the stack.
I loved the look and feel of the project in the videos but for now I only see the videos I didn’t get it running just yet it’s complaining about lack of database in the web service.