Multi root container

I have searched a lot but did not find any results, please help

i have multi container with dokcer compose i want to bind each domain with one of them but for domain2 return 404

this work fine {
        root * /workspace/public
        encode gzip
        php_fastcgi domain1:9000 {
            root /workspace/public/

but not work in domain2 {
        root * /workspace2/public
        encode gzip
        php_fastcgi domain2:9000 {
            root /workspace2/public/

What confuses me is that I don’t know how to separate the root for each container.
I even put it in two separate workspaces, but I didn’t get an answer

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