docker-postgrespro-1c - Docker-контейнер PostgreSQL для использования с сервером 1С:Предприятия

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docker-postgrespro-1c -- это Docker-контейнер PostgreSQL для использования с сервером 1С:Предприятия (который, в свою очередь, тоже может работать в контейнере Docker). В контейнере используется сборка Postgres Professional, которая содержит патчи, разработанные компанией 1С. ❗️ ВАЖНО PostgreSQL в образе никак не сконфигурирован. Если вы хотите использовать свою конфигурацию PostgreSQL, отредактируйте файл container/postgresql.conf.sh перед вызовом build.sh. После этого все контейнеры, созданные из этого образа, будут сконфигурированы аналогично.

https://github.com/alexanderfefelov/docker-postgrespro-1c

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