This chapter outlines ways to achieve custom and advanced setups.
Custom service configuration
In the previous steps you used the
.env configuration files created in the Docker Compose
config/aura-recorder. In most common
setup scenarios all configuration done with environment variables is sufficient.
For some more advanced setups or debug purposes, there are also sample configuration files for each
/opt/aura/config/services/sample-config available. To overwrite any service
configuration, simply copy its configuration file to the parent
Only use these overrides if you are an advanced user, or are advised to do so.
Nginx and Reverse Proxy
In the AURA Web setup all services are made reachable behind a reverse Proxy. For this Nginx is used. Here we also offer support for using SSL via Let’s Encrypt.
Be aware that the Docker Compose by default opens ports
443. If you want to run
AURA Web behind a reverse proxy on a different machine, you can just use port 80 of this
machine. At the moment running another reverse proxy on the same machine isn’t supported with
this setup, since there’s no possibility to close ports with an override.
If you wish to not use Nginx whatsoever, you can override the Docker Compose with the following content:
This disables the internal Nginx. Keep in mind the nginx does a lot of heavy lifting to handle all redirections and URL rewrites correctly, which you will then need to handle manually.
If you wish to expand the nginx-config you can put further configs into the
Keep in mind the configs need to end on