It is currently not possible to remote debug .NET core applications running on Azure Linux App Services. Please consider to add remote debugging to the feature list of Linux App Services.30 votes
Thanks for suggesting that, we are looking into a number of ways to have that support. Unfortunately we don’t have a timeline for introducing such capability.
App Service Team
Don't have this functionality became unfeasible use of Linux / Docker Web Apps in production environment20 votes
Thanks for the feedback!
We’re reviewing this request, and will provide update when we have a plan.
Would be good to keep up-to-date with the latest rubies, 2.3 is only receiving security fixes now.10 votes
Thanks for the feature request! We are constantly working to add the most updated versions and we will get to Ruby as well. We’ll update on progress here though we don’t have a timeline to share at the moment.
Azure App Service is the Easy Button for app deployment and hosting, whereas Service Fabric and containers add significant complexity. However, Service Fabric and containers scale much more efficiently. It would be amazing if you could add some basic container orchestration features in a way that would make App Service the Easy Button for container-based deployments, including high density. I realize this is a challenging request, but like I said, it would be amazing!
Please check the feature we have to support multi-containers within App Service.
Does this meet the needs?
When a new tag is pushed to container repository the web app should be able to pick up the latest pushed tag and set it as the running image. This can be given as a switch setting (checkbox).Currently you are pointing the image at a specific tag.3 votes
Thanks for the feedback! We’re reviewing the feature request. Meantime, please workaround this by calling CLI or API to set —docker-custom-image-name with the specific tag in your CI/CD pipeline.
[Linux] In "Drupal on Linux Web App with MySQL" it doesn't allow you to use local on instance DB but template states it have local MYSQL DB
Either the template is having some issues or it's wrongly stated in the template and local MySQL DB is not available in this template.
In either case, you need to correct either the template or template description.2 votes
Drupal using Local MySQL can be used with this image manually : appsvcorg/drupal-nginx-fpm:0.2.
For documentation , please see the following https://github.com/Azure-App-Service/drupal-nginx-fpm
We are looking into long term solution for fully supporting Local MySQL similar to MySQL in-app
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