Hey all, I would like to host(in a cost efficient way) syncthing(https://syncthing.net/) on a VPS to get a somewhat centralized experience for it.
I also would like to deploy small web applications that I make in my free time, to get more experience with backend programming.
I’m currently deciding between Linode and Fly.io, Linode seems a great fit, but Fly.io docs are awesome and I am reading wonderful things about it.
But from the description, I get the impression that something like a syncthing server might not be the best fit for Fly.io? I say that because I see a lot of web frameworks related content for Fly.io
You can run pretty much anything on Fly.io if you can package it as a docker container.
Looks like syncthing has a docker container already available so you should be fine running it on Fly.io
So according to the Docker README of syncthing this is the command to get syncthing running in a container:
docker run --network=host \
-v /wherever/st-sync:/var/syncthing \
And locally this does work for me, I could successfully navigate to the Syncthing web ui that was running in the container.
But how do I convert that command to something workable for Fly.io? Write a custom Dockerfile that pulls in and exposes ports?
Sorry for the question, in general new to Docker.