I’m attempting to create a Percona for MongoDB container with Docker compose. I want to use secrets and looking through the Percona Dockerfiles I see that specifying the
_FILE suffix of a variable allows this just like the regular mongo image.
However, if I launch the percona image with a secret added to the service (regardless of any other settings), it fails to launch and gives me this error:
Error response from daemon: getent unable to find entry "1001" in passwd database
The compose file is simply:
version: '3.9' services: settings_db: image: percona/percona-server-mongodb:6.0.4-3 container_name: test_percona secrets: - source: mongo_auth target: mongo_auth secrets: mongo_auth: environment: SETTINGS_DB_PASSWORD
Every combination of changing the
gid on the secret or the service seem to have no effect (changing the
user alters the error to say what you set instead of
Recently, I discovered that this is directly caused by using
environment on the secret. If I use
file instead, then this error does not occur. However, I am looking to use environment variables to inject the password from a common .env file.
Has anyone seen this issue before? I appreciate any insight