How to port change

Hi

If it is installed with the default settings, it will be 5000.
How can I change the port?
I want to make it number 80.

I use this yml

# This configuration file is for the development setup.
# For a production example please refer to setup/docker-compose.yml.
version: ‘3.2’
services:
server:
build: .
command: dev_server
depends_on:
- postgres
- redis
ports:
- “5000:5000”
- “5678:5678”
volumes:
- “.:/app”
environment:
PYTHONUNBUFFERED: 0
REDASH_LOG_LEVEL: “INFO”
REDASH_REDIS_URL: “redis://redis:6379/0”
REDASH_DATABASE_URL: “postgresql://postgres@postgres/postgres”
REDASH_RATELIMIT_ENABLED: “false”
worker:
build: .
command: dev_worker
volumes:
- type: bind
source: .
target: /app
depends_on:
- server
environment:
PYTHONUNBUFFERED: 0
REDASH_LOG_LEVEL: “INFO”
REDASH_REDIS_URL: “redis://redis:6379/0”
REDASH_DATABASE_URL: “postgresql://postgres@postgres/postgres”
QUEUES: “queries,scheduled_queries,celery,schemas”
WORKERS_COUNT: 2
redis:
image: redis:3-alpine
restart: unless-stopped
postgres:
image: postgres:9.5-alpine
# The following turns the DB into less durable, but gains significant performance improvements for the tests run (x3
# improvement on my personal machine). We should consider moving this into a dedicated Docker Compose configuration for
# tests.
ports:
- “15432:5432”
command: “postgres -c fsync=off -c full_page_writes=off -c synchronous_commit=OFF”
restart: unless-stopped

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@susodapop

Thank you reply.

Do you see above docker-compose.yml?
As long as I see the yml file, nginx is not used.

Is it wrong to use the above file in docker environment?