Please execuse my mention of the earlier post. There was an existing discussion on this topic. @[email protected]@xak2000
GitLab includes Git repository management, issue tracking, code review, an IDE, activity streams, wikis, and more. I'm going crazy trying to run a local Gitlab CE omnibus instance with its Docker registry and self-signed certificates. I created the certicate, the key, the Docker network, and installed Gitlab from the Docker image like this.
However, I am still confused on how the reverse proxy for registry can be set up.
In my system, I have Gitlab served in docker container using http. Https is made possible by apache2 reverse proxy.
I’ve read that the registry service has better to be on https service to avoid a bunch of configuration issues.
Does that mean I have to reverse proxy https for my registry service container (https->https)? Can I use the way I set up with Gitlab to serve my registry container as well (https->http)?
Docker container backend (docker-compose.yml):
I only got a blank page when accessing the “registry.example.com”.
Thank you for any help.