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jenkins-php-docker - A docker that works for jenkins-php.org templates

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Here is another Jenkins-php template docker. With the difference that this one works. Is based on the Jenkins official docker image.

docker-php-fpm-5.6 - PHP-FPM 5.6 on CentOS 7

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This repository is deprecated in favour of the actively maintained github repository which includes all available PHP versions: https://github.com/devilbox/docker-php-fpm.

docker-php-fpm-7.1 - PHP-FPM 7.1 on CentOS 7

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This repository is deprecated in favour of the actively maintained github repository which includes all available PHP versions: https://github.com/devilbox/docker-php-fpm.

docker-php-fpm-7.2 - PHP-FPM 7.2 on CentOS 7

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This repository is deprecated in favour of the actively maintained github repository which includes all available PHP versions: https://github.com/devilbox/docker-php-fpm.




php - PHP docker base image

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Provides an opinionated, extensible PHP docker image build & run concept, which unifies common scenarios to build and run PHP applications / jobs in a container world. It ships with default configurations for nginx and php-fpm, supports the most important configurations to be set via environment variables and makes it easy to check external services (like a DBMS, cache, object-store) before proceeding with the container startup. System requirements: To be able to build this docker image, you need docker, gettext (envsubst) and the bash.

dockerenv - PHP development stack: Nginx, MySQL, MongoDB, PHP-FPM, Swoole, Redis

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A tool for exploring a docker image, layer contents, and discovering ways to shrink the size of your Docker/OCI image.

php7-symfony - PHP7 build for symfony development

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The Symfony Docker Image is based official PHP-FPM docker file and it including several required and a few optional extensions for Symfony. Also, this docker image contains composer tool. You can create www.conf file for customized pool configuration and then you can mount it to the image with this path: /usr/local/etc/php-fpm.d/www.conf.






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