@oneiroi, by the way, groob was right. You don't have to worry about the IP of your MySQL or Redis container changing. It seems you can specify something like : KOLIDE_MYSQL_ADDRESS="mysql1:3306" instead, where "mysql1" is my MySQL container label. No need to do KOLIDE_MYSQL_ADDRESS="172.18.0.3:3306"
11/22/2018, 9:15 AM
right, however the
sql syntax we were discussing is separate to this and you need to take ip changes into consideration if the @'18.104.22.168' was set to the specific ip addr and no wildcards were used.