Note: This should be used in non-local deployments only
If you'd like to enable https on your Subvert install, there's a
docker-compose.yml file included with the repo that you can use to deploy the application. This acts as an alternative to the single Docker container option.
You'll have to make some small changes to the
docker-compose.yml file before deployment. Open it up and:
- Change out the
OPENAI_API_KEYwith your actual key
- Change the
SERVERNAMEvalue to the production domain name you're using
EXTRANAMESto any additional domain names you're using, or remove it
After saving the changes to your
docker-compose.yml file, run:
docker compose up -d
After a few moments, your https-enabled Subvert installation should be available at the domain you set.