We will look for and use a
Dockerfile at the service's root if it exists.
Railway notifies you when it's using the
Dockerfile in the build process with the following message in the logs
If you have a Dockerfile in your project directory, you can use
with no arguments to build and run your Dockerfile.
If you want to use a custom Dockerfile named something other than
Dockerfile, you can use the
RAILWAY_DOCKERFILE_PATH environment variable to specify the path to the file.
For example, if your Dockerfile was called
Dockerfile.origin, you'd specify it like this.
If you need to use the environment variables that Railway injects at build time, you must specify them in the Dockerfile with
Be sure to declare your environment variables at the start of the
Railway doesn't support docker compose at the moment.
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