I have installed bitwarden with local docker containers on a virtual machine running debian 9 with proxmox/kvm as virtualisation solution. I have run bitwarden.sh install and started it with “bitwarden start”. The nginx container appears for a few seconds and shows port 443 and 80 opening, but then it stops and is caught in a loop.
bitwarden/nginx:1.30.4 “/entrypoint.sh” 5 minutes ago Restarting (1) 10 seconds ago bitwarden-nginx
Port 80 and 443 are now closed. I have provided working certificates and set a dns entry for bitwarden. As long as the container is restarting I can’t spawn a shell and continue to debug inside the container.
There is one thing which may cause problems. I am using an external domain name, mainly because getting certificates for .local domains, which are trusted in all the browsers, smartphones etc, proved way to much work. and a local IP, which is accessible only from inside our network.
This is fine with me, I only want local access from our network. If someone needs his passwords on the road he/she will have to use VPN. Might this cause problems with nginx?
So how can I get the nginx container to run? And another question: I have no experience with mssql (and wonder a bit why mariadb was not used instead). Is there a way to dump the contents of a mssql-database for backup purposes like it can be done with automysqlbackup and mariadb?