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I've been trying to set up OpenCATS within a docker environment and I'm running against the following error (See attached screenshots)
"Cannot connect to database" - "No such file or directory"

Is there a way I can get logs from PHP that I can inspect to see what's going on?

I've also included my entire docker compose setup to test this, which can be run using `docker compose up --build`

Thanks for the help! I'm looking forward to test this out :D
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