How to open port with juju when no application is instlaled?
john at arbash-meinel.com
Fri Nov 24 04:08:31 UTC 2017
I had thought of that, but it only works if you then 'juju expose
postgresql' which would also expose the other ports of postgres
On Nov 23, 2017 23:03, "Tim Penhey" <tim.penhey at canonical.com> wrote:
> I think you might be able to use:
> juju run postgresql/0 'open-port 80'
> On 24/11/17 06:54, Akshat Jiwan Sharma wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've used juju to deploy postgres on aws. On the same machine I've
> > installed an nginx server manually (i.e without juju) that listens on
> > ports 80 and 443. I want both of these ports to be open but juju command
> > open-port only works when an application is exposed.
> > /open-port
> > open-port registers a port or range to open on the public-interface. On
> > public clouds the port will only be open while the application is
> > Now according to juju I only have one application (postgres) on my
> > machine, that I don't want exposed anyway. However I do want ports 80
> > and 443 to be accessible publicly. Is adding a policy to aws manually
> > my only option here?
> > Thanks,
> > Akshat
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